Here’s one to store away for a pub quiz. Who was the first American-born soccer manager to win a top-tier league in Europe? John Caulfield is the answer. Surprised? Well, the League of Ireland is full of surprises!
When the summaries are written of the 2020 season here the headlines and
Galway United are delighted to announce the appointment of John Caulfield as first team manager.
Caulfield takes over at Eamonn Deacy Park after a hugely successful spell managing Cork City, where he won the Premier Division title, two FAI Cups and three President Cups.
During his tenure at Turners Cross, Cork City
Cork City FC wish to confirm that John Caulfield will step down from his position as first team manager with immediate effect. The club and John Caulfield came to a mutual agreement today at Bishopstown Stadium.
Speaking on this announcement, Cork City FC chairman Declan Carey said “Everyone at the club
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Gary Boylan.
The versatile 22-year-old joins the club after making over 100 appearances for Sligo Rovers and, speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, he said: “I am delighted to be signing for such a big club; Cork City is one of the biggest, if
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Garry Comerford.
The 25-year-old has spent the last two seasons with Waterford, and he told CorkCityFC.ie: “I am obviously delighted to be signing for such a big club. John has shown a lot of interest in me, so I am happy
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Dan Casey.
The defender has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the club and, speaking to CorkCityFC.ie shortly after signing, he said: “I am delighted; this is a huge club and a good move for me. I hope
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
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
Cork City return to league action tonight, as they welcome Sligo Rovers to Turner’s Cross.
City come into the game on the back of a 4-0 win over Maynooth University Town in the FAI Cup last Friday, while their most recent league outing was a 1-1 draw with St. Patrick’s Athletic
Cork City have it all to do as they head to Norway to face Rosenborg in the second leg of their Europa League Third Qualifying Round tie.
The Trondheim side claimed a 2-0 win at Turner’s Cross in the first leg last week to put them in pole position ahead of