Speaking to CorkCityFC.ie ahead of the game, City manager John Caulfield said: “The mood has been good, and why wouldn’t it be? We are going to the Aviva for a cup final for the fourth year in a row; it has been fantastic. We are all looking forward to it
Speaking to dundalkfc.com ahead of the Final was midfielder John Mountney and while he admitted that the players are all looking forward to the final, he is treating it like every other week.
"It's the same build up as any game but it's that little bit special when it is the FAI Cup
Undoubtedly one of the League of Ireland’s most honest, straight-shooting and passionate pundits, Soccer Republic’s Alan Cawley last night declared there is “genuine needle” between Sunday’s FAI Cup finalists, Dundalk FC and Cork City. Cawley, a former Dundalk player himself, was speaking on Between the Stripes LOI podcast, who were
Dan Murray is a man who knows a thing or two about winning the big trophies in Irish club football. A three-time League of Ireland champion, two-time Setanta Sports Cup victor and once off FAI Cup winner back in 2007, the English man is better placed than most to analyze
The Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup semi-final replay between Cork City and Bohemians will be broadcast live on RTE2.
The cup replay will take place on Monday, October 8, with kick-off moved to 7.30pm in order to facilitate the live transmission of the fixture at Turner's Cross.
If both teams are level
Stalemate at Dalymount as holders Cork snatch a replay with an 85th minute Sadlier penalty cancelling out DinnyCorcoran’s opener in a hugely dramatic and controversial circumstances.
The visitors started the brighter looking more composed in possession but the games first real chance of note came from a Kevin Devaney header, narrowly
Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Champions Cork City will have their quarter-final trip to Longford Town televised on RTE2.
The quarter-final tie at the City Calling Stadium will be played on Friday, September 7 with kick-off at 7.30pm as the Leesiders look to continue their defence of the FAI Cup.
I’ve had the Radiohead song ‘’No Surprises’’ [from the ‘’OK Computer’’ album] going around and around in my head all weekend. It came to mind when I saw the results from Round 2 of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup. No prizes for guessing why I thought of ‘’No Surprises’’.
It’s FAI Cup week. Again. Round 2 has come around really fast, just time between it and Round 1 to fit in a single series of League games. It will be the same between Round 2 and the quarter-finals, if your team is lucky enough to still be involved.
We’d already done a family outing to Bray on Friday night for an FAI Cup tie, which had seen Bray lose in extra time to Finn Harps, but Sunday saw Blaise and myself venture out for more Cup action. We didn’t have far to go, in fairness – Home Farm