At the end of a momentous year for the club, John Caulfield talks candidly about the pleasures and pressures of managing Cork City. ‘When we were appointed I remember saying ‘people in the League of Ireland think we haven’t a clue’.
Sat, 23 Dec, 2017
Are our youngsters coached right? Should they play less competitive football? Or more? Is the cross-channel route to the top of the game viable any longer? And can the League of Ireland provide a feasible alternative? In the second part of his look at our supply line of footballers, canvasses more opinion from around the Irish game.
Wed, 20 Dec, 2017
Cork City face into their penultimate game of the Airtricity League season when they take on Dundalk in Oriel Park tonight but, already, the search for a permanent new manager at Turner’s Cross is well under way.
Fri, 18 Oct, 2013
Caretaker manager Stuart Ashton faces his biggest test yet as Cork City take on Bohemians at Turner’s Cross this evening in a game which could have major significance on the race away from the bottom of the Airtricity League Premier Division.
Fri, 09 Aug, 2013
CORK CITY FORAS CO-OP’S hopes of launching a promotion push in the second half of the season received a setback at Turner’s Cross last night, as Limerick boosted their own chances of going up by taking all three points in a thoroughly entertaining game.
Sat, 26 Jun, 2010
WITH leaders St Pat’s not in action until tomorrow, when they travel to the Showgrounds to play Sligo Rovers, Sporting Fingal have a chance to go top of the Airtricity Premier Division tonight when they resume their campaign by hosting UCD at Morton Stadium (all games 7.45pm unless stated).
Fri, 25 Jun, 2010
AS A crucial week in the history of Cork City begins tonight with the Setanta Cup semi-final at Derry City (Brandywell, 8.05pm, Setanta Ireland), Alan Mathews has been struck a blow with two of his players failing to turn up yesterday for the trip north.
Tue, 14 Oct, 2008
DROGHEDA BOSS Paul Doolin has his sights set firmly on an unprecedented Setanta Cup three-in-a-row but he has already lost one battle to Group One rivals Cork City after defender Danny Murphy signed yesterday for his former club despite a last-ditch attempt by Doolin to nab the Londoner.
Tue, 26 Feb, 2008
DAMIEN RICHARDSON reckons Roy O’Donovan could be snapped up any day as activity in the cross-channel transfer window escalates — but the Cork City boss says there has been no definite offer from a Championship, Scottish Premier or League One side.
Tue, 17 Jul, 2007