For most teams, this weekend brought a close to the second round of games in the league of Ireland premier division as the games continue to come thick and fast. Cork travelled to Bray Wanderers on Sunday in search of 3 points and to extend their lead to 15 points
Cork City FC are delighted to announce that Conor McCarthy has signed his first professional contract with the club.
McCarthy who joined the club’s underage set-up from Blarney United said: “I am delighted to sign a professional contract with Cork City. This has been the aim from when I joined the
Cork City today have confirmed that Kevin O'Connor will join Championship side Preston North End.
The left- back will join team mate Sean Maguire at Deepdale and will also be staying at Cork City until the end of July.
The fee was undisclosed.
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Cork City FC are pleased to announce the signing of Sean McLoughlin.
The defender, who previously played with the club at underage level, joins after a successful spell with UCC and he told CorkCityFC.ie that he hopes to make an impact in the near future: “I am obviously delighted to be
Speaking at his press conference prior to the Finn Harps game, City manager John Caulfield said: “We were all disappointed with the result on Tuesday, but we have to pick ourselves up. There are still fifteen points to play for and all we can do is look after ourselves and
Cork City boss John Caulfield has called for two League of Ireland players to be in every Ireland squad.
The interview below was in today's Irish Examiner.
It comes on the back of Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers being o the bench for Ireland on Friday night in their friendly with Holland.
Kenny Shiels claimed that he was abused verbally by one of the Cork City back room team after his sides loss to Cork City in Turners Cross last night.
After Cork scored a stoppage time winner, Shiels confronted the referee in a calm manner discussing an incident that Shiels felt a
In the build-up to tonight’s clash with St Patrick’s Athletic in Turner's Cross, Cork City boss John Caulfield boasted that his side had more firepower in their ranks this season.
He said his side were different to last year, insisting: “We are a different team to what we were last year
Cork City Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Gearóid Morrissey.
The midfielder spent four years with his hometown club up to the end of the 2014 season, playing over one hundred and thirty league games, and returns following a spell with Cambridge United.
The 24-year-old has signed a two-year
Cork City Football Club is delighted to announce that, following a review of the club’s underage structures ahead of the forthcoming National Under 17 league, a number of appointments have been made.
Having previously been joint-manager of the club’s Under 19 side as well as a brief spell as caretaker manager