Sligo Rovers and Cork City say that unity will be important for the league going forward as the sides are set to face off in a unique fundraising match to be played virtually this weekend.
The game, hosted by the Bit O’ Red, will take place on the night the teams
Sligo Rovers will play Cork City on the night the teams were due to play in the SSE Airtricity League as virtual becomes reality.
On the night of Saturday 16 May, the Bit O’ Red will meet the Rebels and we will bring you The Showgrounds experience.
The two clubs are coming
Amid the Covid-19 global pandemic, Cork Businessman and football fanatic, Damien Sreenan, has turned his attention to raising money for national charities using digital technology to create fun and interactive games that everyone can join and get involved in supporting a good cause. The first of these events is an
Cork City have opened the opportunity to businesses to buy the naming rights for Turners Cross.
With the Covid-19 pandemic ongoing and not a lot of revenue coming into the club, the commercial section of the club are pushing hard to build revenue for the club.
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After the loss to Dundalk on Monday, Cork City languished at the foot of the Premier Division table. They were without a point, having lost their three opening fixtures. They hadn’t scored a single goal, and had shipped 10 in the wrong direction. This was relegation form for sure.
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Deshane Dalling on a loan deal from QPR until June, subject to international clearance.
Dalling, a 21-year-old exciting winger joins from parent club QPR where he has made one FA Cup appearance for their senior team having had a previous spell
Cork City are delighted to announce the signing of defender Joseph Olowu on a loan deal until June from English Premier League club, Arsenal.
The 21-year-old joins Neale Fenn’s side having made 11 appearances for the Gunners’ U23 team in Premier League 2 this season.
Speaking after arriving on Leeside, Olowu said:
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The new CCFC edition Neo X Elite 2020 match ball from @umbroireland! 🔥 Who'll be the first player to fire one of these into the back of the net? 🤔 #CCFC84 #ACityRising
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Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signings of Joe Redmond, Reyon Dillon and Henry Ochieng, pending international clearance.
An Irish underage international, Redmond joins the club on loan from Birmingham City, having trained with City earlier in pre-season. Speaking after the deal was confirmed, the central defender told CorkCityFC.ie
Having started his career in 2013 with Waterford in the League of Ireland, the Wexford born defender has gone on to develop into a solid left back within the League and is currently on loan again with Waterford from his parent club, Championship side Preston North End.
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