Brian Barry-Murphy chose soccer where his illustrious father Jimmy Barry-Murphy had chosen GAA. Actually the elder Barry-Murphy, as well as winning GAA football and hurling Munster and All-Ireland medals with his club St Finbarr’s and the Cork senior teams, also played soccer with Wilton and Cork Celtic; apparently he knows
Cork City FC are pleased to announce the signing of Matthew Gillam, on loan from Rochdale until the beginning of July.
Speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, the young striker said: “This is a big challenge for me, coming away from England to try and get some game time, but hopefully I can do
Rochdale of League One announced the signing of former Cork City player Stephen Dooley on a two year deal.
Dooley left Cork City last season and joined up with Coleraine of the Northern Irish Danske Premiership on a six month deal.
Rochdale also have Dooleys former teammate Ryan Delaney on their books.
As a supporter of Rochdale AFC as well as being a League of Ireland man, I was delighted when Ryan Delaney signed for us back in January. It was a brave move by the Wexford native, who first came to my attention as part of the 2015 Wexford Youth’s promotion-winning
Regular readers of this column will know that as well as supporting Bray Wanderers in the League of Ireland, I’m also a fan of Rochdale AFC in League One of the EFL. I receive a copy of the programme from each of their home games [because I contribute a
Rochdale have announced the signing of former Cork City & Wexford Youths defender Ryan Delaney on a two and a half year deal from Burton Albion for an undisclosed fee.
Last season Delaney won the Double with Cork City and featured in the PFAI Premier Division team of the year for
When I can I like to spend Saturday afternoons watching Gilette Soccer Saturday on Sky Sports News. That’s usually only once a month, given my work shift pattern and other commitments. I find it relaxing, watching the results update through the afternoon and listening to the football chat. My attention
Bray’s last away day in Dalymount Park before it is redeveloped resulted in a deserved draw for the Wanderers against a team that had beaten both Shamrock Rovers and Cork City in their last two games.
The point could turn out to be worth its weight in gold. It stopped the