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Cork City Confirm John Cotter As New Interim Manager

Cork City have announced that John Cotter will be taking interim charge of the club following the departure of John Caulfield on Wednesday. Cotter, who has been on the coaching staff of the club since 2014, will take charge with immediate effect and is currently preparing the team for this Friday’s game away to Bohemians at Dalymount Park. The new …

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Cork City Have Parted Ways With Manager John Caulfield

Airtricity Premier Division strugglers Cork City have parted ways with manager John Caulfield as they sit just three points and one place above the relegation zone. Caulfield was appointed manager at Turners Cross in 2013 and led Cork City to a historic league and cup double in 2017 after three seasons of finishing runners up. Cork saw a host of …

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Greenlight: Conor McCarthy Keen To Prove Stephen Kenny Wrong & Earn 21s Spot

Cork City’s young defender Conor McCarthy did not mince his words when discussing his disappointment at missing out on Stephen Kenny’s first Irish U21s squad. “I was absolutely gutted.” He had every right to feel aggrieved. McCarthy was selected in Kenny’s home-based squad in February for a game against Ireland Amateurs and impressed in the victory, clearly feeling he had …

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Cork City Fans Boycott ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ At Turners Cross

Drama in the Leagues of Ireland this evening as Cork City fans boycott the Shed End at Turners Cross over the ongoing fallout involving John Delaney and the FAI. The stand is officially known as the ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ who was the father of the much-maligned former FAI chief executive. Delaney’s father was a long-time member of the Munster Football …

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Greenlight: Daire O’Connor On Catching Mick’s Eye & Being “The Irish Messi”

There’s a certain level of expectation that comes with being dubbed “The Irish Messi.”  Cork City midfielder Daire O’Connor is all too aware of his new moniker; he’s heard it from every second person ever since Pat Dolan likened him to the mercurial Argentine before the President’s Cup game against Dundalk. “Every second person I’ve met has brought that up!,” …

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Barry McNamee On “Great Buzz” Ahead Of Derry City’s New Season

It’s a case of back where it all began for returning Derry City midfielder Barry McNamee, following a season away from the Brandywell. After a number of standout campaigns in midfield for the Candystripes, McNamee made the move down South in November 2017, joining double-winners Cork City. McNamee impressed at the Leesiders, featuring 33 times and scoring four goals as …

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Five Players To Watch Ahead Of The New League Of Ireland Season

After what felt like an endless offseason, the Airtricity League Premier Division finally returns on Friday night with a host of eye-catching fixtures to kick-off the new campaign. There are narratives aplenty to delve into, with a host of players, some new to the division and some much for familiar to it, keen to impress. As the season kicks into …

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Back To Business: The Major Talking Points Ahead Of New LOI Season

After what felt like an endless offseason, the Airtricity League Premier Division finally returns on Friday night with a host of eye-catching fixtures to kick-off the new campaign. Last season’s champions Dundalk will be looking to prove they can retain their crown in Stephen Kenny’s absence while a host of clubs look as though they may be geared up for …

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John Caulfield: Even Without Stephen Kenny, Dundalk Still “Team To Beat”

Cork City’s John Caulfield has admitted that despite the apparent plethora of teams ready to challenge for the Airtricity League title, reigning champions Dundalk are “still the team to beat.” The holders lost their talismanic manager Stephen Kenny to the Irish U21s during the off-season with former assistant manager Vinnie Perth and a returning John Gill taking over. Caulfield’s Cork fell …

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Johnny Dunleavy Departs Cork City With Glowing Tribute To Club

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Johnny Dunleavy has announced he is set to depart Cork City and in typical fashion paid a fitting tribute to the club and supporters who have followed him for the last seven years. The defender joined Cork City in 2012 following spells across the water with Wolves and Barnet. The Donegal defender eventually returned to play in the League of …

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