Johnny Ward Sunday’s President’s Cup match was a game of two halves and four seasons. We had snow, sunshine, six goals and so much left for rumination. The competition, introduced in 2014, has developed into an endearing appetiser and Sunday’s game felt much closer to a league match than a pre-season irrelevance.
SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions and Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup holders Cork City completed an incredible second-half comeback to stun Dundalk and retain the President's Cup. A Ronan Murray double had Dundalk comfortably ahead at the break in Oriel Park but goals from Karl Sheppard, Barry McNamee, Kieran Sadlier
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Peter Cherrie. The 34-year-old goalkeeper joins having spent two and a half seasons with Bray Wanderers. Previous to that, he spent a number of years with Dundalk, where he won a league medal in 2014. Speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, Cherrie said: “I met
Cork City manager John Caulfield was tonight revealed as the winner of the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers' Association of Ireland Personality of the Year award. Caulfield, 53, enjoyed a stunning season at Turner's Cross, securing a league and FAI Cup double. The Cork boss headed a six-man shortlist for the Personality award and
The PFAI have announced the shortlist for the manager of the year in the League of Ireland for the 2017 season. The nominations are - John Caulfield (Cork City) Stephen Kenny (Dundalk) Keith Long (Bohemians) The nominees for PFA Ireland Manager of the Year 2017 are #PFAIrelandawards2017 pic.twitter.com/oaiXO95kHZ— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 15, 2017
Cork City FC are delighted to announce that Mark McNulty has signed a new, two-year contract with the club. The goalkeeper has been in superb form once again this season, with his crucial shoot-out save teeing up Kieran Sadlier’s winning penalty in the FAI Cup Final, and speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, McNulty