As autumn greeted winter last season, the League of Ireland world was wondering where Karl Sheppard would be calling home in 2018, when that – as it turned out – was much closer to the least of his worries.
Cork City had made an astonishing impact, winning the league by halfway,
Former Cork City striker Sean Maguire has penned a new three year deal with Preston North End of the English Championship.
Despite four months out injured last season Maggie’s was still the clubs top scorer and made his international debut the same year.
Speaking to the official Preston site he said “I
Cork City today beat Derry City 4-2 at Turner’s Cross today to go back top of the table.
With over 3,800 fans there the Champions comfortably beat Kenny Shiels men as Karl Sheppard scored twice and Kieran Sadlier and Graham Cummins also got on the scoresheet.
Derry stay in fourth after the
Current Limerick FC strength & conditioning coach, Joe Gamble was up until midweek the last League of Ireland based player to play a full international in the Green of Ireland. Called up by Steve Staunton in 2006, it wasn't until 2007 and the infamous tour of the USA that Gamble
Cork City have announced a friendly with Premier League side Burnley.
The game will take place at Turner’s Cross on Friday, July 13th kick-off 7 pm.
Tickets for both summer friendlies with Burnley and Portsmouth will be priced at:
Under 16s €5
More info to follow
Rochdale of League One announced the signing of former Cork City player Stephen Dooley on a two year deal.
Dooley left Cork City last season and joined up with Coleraine of the Northern Irish Danske Premiership on a six month deal.
Rochdale also have Dooleys former teammate Ryan Delaney on their books.
Take a bow son. Kieran Sadlier scores from his own penalty area against St Patrick's Athletic on Friday night.
As the Dublin side pushed for a winner late on with a corner, Sadlier capitalised.
Have a look below.
We know @KieranSadlier can score special goals....but from inside his own box? Wow. Take a
Cork City are on the road for the second time this week, as they travel to Dublin to face St. Patrick’s Athletic.
City come into the game on the back of a 2-0 win in Limerick on Monday night; that victory followed a 4-0 home triumph over Bray Wanderers at Turner’s
Cork City welcome Bray Wanderers to Turner’s Cross on Friday night, with John Caulfield’s side aiming to continue their good home form.
City have a 100% record there this season; their 2-1 win against Limerick in their last home outing marked the first time this season that an away team has
Cork City make the long trip to the Brandywell, to face in-form Derry City on Friday night.
City recorded a 2-1 win over Limerick at Turner’s Cross on Saturday, maintaining their 100% home record this season. That win also saw them bounce back after a 3-0 defeat away to Shamrock Rovers