Cork City will return to Champions League action for the first time since the 2006/07 season when they welcome Polish Champions Legia Warsaw to Turner’s Cross tonight.
City lie second in the SSE Airtricity League, 4 points off leader Dundalk, and come into this game on the back of a 0-0
Dundalk man Conor McCormack has been named the new captain of Cork City.
In his first season McCormack was a stand out player for the Leesiders and also won a league and cup double.
He takes over from John Dunleavy.
Conor McCormack is apparently a target of Championship side Bristol City.
City are currently 5th in the Championship and have recently beaten Man Utd in the League Cup and lost out to a last minute goal against Man City.
The clubs scouts were impressed with the midfielder and McCormack was arguably Cork
Cork City FC are delighted to announce that Conor McCormack has signed a new, 2-year contract with the club.
McCormack has been a regular in the side all season, winning both national and club Player of the Month awards, and he told CorkCityFC.ie: “I am delighted with the way the season
The 2017 League of Ireland season is coming to an end and we want to know who you think deserves to be the LeagueofIreland.ie Player of the season.
There are seven worthy candidates up for this seasons award that represent four clubs in Cork City, Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers & Bohemians.
Cork City midfielder Conor McCormack has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for April.
It is the second time McCormack has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by John Cotter first team coach of Cork City FC.
McCormack put in a
2016 FAI Cup winners Cork City FC are delighted to confirm that midfielder Conor McCormack has signed for the club.
The 26-year-old is a former Manchester United youth player and had a spell in Serie B with Triestina before returning to the League of Ireland in 2011. The midfielder made 54
Dundalk and Derry produced an entertaining game on a cold night in Oriel Park that seen the score finish 1-1
After only three minutes David McMillan put the home side in front with a Ronan Finn assist.
The game was a very one sided affair which Dundalk were in control of for