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Cork City: Gearóid Morrissey Set To Leave

Cork City’s Gearóid Morrissey is set to leave the club, Cork City boss John Caulfield has revealed.  A two and a half year deal has been offered to Morrissey by the League Two club, according to local Cork paper the Evening Echo and another shot at English football now looks on the cards for the 23-year-old following a spell with Blackburn Rovers in …

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Raheny United Too Strong For Cork City

Cork City fell to a heavy defeat in Dublin this Sunday afternoon as present Women’s National League Champions Raheny United put four past the Leesiders. Noelle Murray broke the deadlock for the Pandas in the first after good work down the right before the Raheny player hammered the ball past Trish Fennelly. Despite some heavy pressure throughout the first period, …

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Pundit Arena Fans’ Awards: The Results Are In

The time has finally come to announce our Pundit Arena Fans’ Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year winners.  You, the fans, were empowered to vote for who you thought was deserving of the honour of the league’s best player and young player. It was a very tight vote with just a couple of percent separating our …

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10 Years Of John Delaney: How Has The LOI Changed?

For the last ten years John Delaney has taken the reins as the Chief Executive of the Football Association of Ireland. It’s been a tenure in which the national side has at times prospered and punched above its weight. For an island with a population of just over 4.5 million people, albeit with the ‘granny’ rule coming into play, Ireland …

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Women’s Football: Galway Trounce Cork City

Galway WFC record a big victory in a battle at the bottom in a cold Eamonn Deacy Park against Cork City. On the last day in November, Cork City suffered a big defeat to Galway WFC as the Galwegians put five goals past the Leesiders. Lynsey McKey opened the scoring for Galway when after good work, the ball was played …

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Derry City Make Two New Signings

Derry City have announced the signing of two new players in the form of Cillian Morrison from Cork City and 19-year-old Shaun Patton from Finn Harps. Frontman Morrison, 23 joins Derry City having signed with the Rebel Army only just last June. Goalkeeper Shaun Patton as well as Morrison have joined the Candystripes on one year deals. Commenting on Morrison’s departure from …

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Gavan Holohan Signs For Cork City

Cork City have announced their second new signing of the season in the form of former Hull City player Gavan Holohan who joins from Drogheda United. This follows the recent signing of Karl Sheppard as well as yesterday’s announcement that Ross Gaynor has re-signed for the Leesiders. Commenting on the signing, the 22-year-old mentioned that it didn’t take much persuading for him …

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Liam Miller Linked With Cork City

Former Irish international Liam Miller has been linked with a move to Cork City following his departure from Brisbane Roar by mutual consent.  Cork newspaper Evening Echo report that Miller would be open to a move back to Ireland. There is no denying that Miller would add a large degree of experience of playing at the top level should he …

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Cork City Confirm Signing Of Karl Sheppard

Cork City have confirmed the signing of former Reading and Shamrock Rovers striker Karl Sheppard. Here are the main points from the club’s press release, issued this morning: Speaking after signing with the club, the 23-year-old striker said: “I am delighted to join the club. I spoke to the gaffer, he’s shown me around the club and, once I spoke …

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QUIZ: How Well Do You Know This Season’s League Of Ireland?

With the League of Ireland Premier Division coming to it’s conclusion, we have come up with a quiz to test your knowledge of the 2014 season. It’s been a season to remember with competition at either end of the table staying white hot until the final day. In light of such a brilliant year of football, here is our end-of-season …

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Cork City: From Winding-Up Orders To The Europa League

From examinership and winding-up orders to a second place finish in the Premier Division. Cork City have come a long way since the dark days of 2010. Here we look back at the journey Cork City have been on in the last number of years. Cork City have been through a lot in the last four or five years. Court decisions and …

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League Of Ireland: 2014 PFAI Awards Predictions

The SSE Airtricity League Of Ireland Player of the Year nominations have been made, and there are a few interesting choices in the mix. The Team of the Year for both divisions has been decided as well as the Goalkeeper of the Year award. Here’s Shane McDonnell’s view of the nominations for 2014. SSE Airtricity Premier Division Player of the Year …

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5 Defining Moments Of Cork City’s Title Race

Cork City’s close push for the title with rivals Dundalk has been exciting, intriguing and to many, somewhat surprising. Here we look back at five season-defining moments during the Rebel Army’s 2014 campaign. 5) – Cork City 3-0 Shamrock Rovers – Turner’s Cross Having won their previous four games against what would have been considered beatable opposition, including two games against Bray Wanderers …

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Local Based Players Key To Cork City Success

At his unveiling as Cork City boss last November John Caulfield declared that his new look team would be made up of local based players, Michael Dorgan takes a look at the make-up of the Cork City squad John Caulfield is Cork City through and through. Although born in New York in 1964, the current Cork City manager returned to …

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Match Preview: Dundalk vs Cork City

One of the biggest games in League of Ireland history is almost upon us as Dundalk and Cork City’s title bids come down to the most dramatic of all finales. The neutrals have got their wish, second place Dundalk entertain the league leaders in a winner-takes-all affair. We’re sure everyone knows the possible outcomes at this stage but to leave all …

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Jimmy Magee Blog: Dundalk Will Come Out On Top

Pundit Arena’s favourite pundit Jimmy Magee gives his thoughts on this Friday’s mammoth title decider between Dundalk and Cork City. A lot of the talk this week has been about Oriel Park and how it will be a tough place for Cork City to visit, but in my opinion the majority of League of Ireland stadiums are tough to go …

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Dundalk To Increase Oriel Capacity Ahead Of Title Decider

Dundalk are to erect a new temporary stand in anticipation of the biggest game of the 2014 League of Ireland calendar at Oriel Park this coming Friday as the Lilywhites and Cork City battle it our for the Premier Division title. This temporary stand will bring the capacity up to 4,450 from what is the usual capacity of 3,700, according to …

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