Late Simon Madden strike breaks Cork City hearts

Simon Madden scored a dramatic equaliser deep into injury time as St Patrick’s Athletic snatched an unlikely point from Cork City.

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Ex-Cork City star to return to Turner's Cross for July friendly

Announced this afternoon, the game will take place on Monday, July 8 with a 7pm kick-off.

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Dream debut as teenager Bargary bags City winner

Teenager Cian Bargary enjoyed a memorable league debut when scoring the only goal of the game to get Cork City back to winning ways at the UCD Bowl.

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Cotter happy at City’s chance to give quick response

John Cotter is pleased that Cork City have an immediate opportunity to bounce back after losing to Dundalk at Turner’s Cross.

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Cotter in hot seat as City looking for a bounce at Bohs

From very hard-earned experience, football managers tend to be pragmatic people so, painful though it has been for John Caulfield to part company with his beloved Cork City, it’s probably fair to say that he would hardly have been completely shocked by the timing of his exit.

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John Cotter appointed as interim Cork City manager

His backroom team will be made up of club captain Alan Bennett and Head of Academy Colin Healy.

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Daly: Caulfield could have turned it round

Former Cork City captain Declan Daly believes John Caulfield could have turned things around at the club if the board had kept faith in his tenure.

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City chairman: Caulfield exit in best interests of club

Few days off at Cork City can have been more eventful in the history of the club than yesterday.

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Derek Couglan: Thanks for the memories, Johnny

Former Cork City player Derek Couglan on the end of the John Caulfield era and the daunting challenge facing his successor.

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John Caulfield expresses 'great sadness' at leaving 'truly special' Cork City

"It’s with great sadness that my time at a truly great club, that I’ve had the privilege to serve for over 20 years of my life, has come to an end."

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John Caulfield parts ways with Cork City

The 54-year-old was appointed as manager in 2013 and claimed the title in 2017.

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'The goalposts changed' - John Caulfield on City's poor form and why he is the man to return them to winning ways

Cork City manager John Caulfield remains steadfast in his belief that he is the man to turn around the club’s recent run of poor form.

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City’s woes continue as Harps pluck out a point

Cork City’s woes continued as a 76th-minute equaliser from captain Keith Cowan secured a draw for Finn Harps at Turner’s Cross last night.

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City must return to the Caulfield finishing school

For a man who clocked up 129 goals during his playing days with Cork City, the club’s troubles in scoring this season are naturally frustrating for boss John Caulfield.

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Caulfield warns Glanmire collapse could sink City

Cork City boss John Caulfield says it will be a “scandal” if the proposed €10m Glanmire Centre of Excellence falls through, warning it could threaten the very survival of the club.

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Caulfield is left frustrated as City fail to fire yet again

Now without a win in six league games and having failed to score yet again, Cork City’s season shows no sign of improving judging on yesterday’s disappointing scoreless draw against fellow strugglers Sligo Rovers at Turner’s Cross.

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Caulfield eyes chance to bounce back as Rovers come to town

Cork City manager John Caulfield believes there is as much pressure on Shamrock Rovers as there is on his side ahead of the clubs’ meeting at Turner’s Cross on Friday night.

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Garry Buckley: City still searching for ‘killer instinct’

Garry Buckley says he’d be happy to see one go in “off someone’s backside” as Cork City search for what he calls “the killer instinct” in front of goal.

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John Cotter wants Cork City to show mean streak

Whenever Cork City host Derry City, memories of the title decider at Turner’s Cross in 2005 inevitably loom large. In this long-running tale of two cities, Cork’s 2-0 win in front of a packed house remains the stand-out chapter.

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City manager John Caulfield eager to build on victory over Sligo

Cork City manager John Caulfield is keen for his team to maintain their momentum after claiming a first league win of the season.

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Cork City up and running at third attempt

Cork City earned their first win of the season as Seán McLoughlin and Gearóid Morrissey were on target to see off Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds last night.

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Cork City loan signing goes straight into squad for tonight's clash with Sligo

Cork City hope to boost their urgent need for goals with the signing on loan of striker Dan Smith from Portsmouth.

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Veteran Benno still loving life at the 'greatest club'

Cork City captain Alan Bennett grew frustrated last season and vented those frustrations at manager John Caulfield. But now he is ready to embrace another challenge.

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Cork City sign Matthew Gillam on loan from Rochdale

Cork City have signed another striker with just over 24 hours to go until the start of the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season.

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Sligo sign Cork City striker Ronan Coughlan

Sligo Rovers have added more firepower to their squad on the eve of the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season.

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Bohemians sign Cork City defender on loan

Bohemians have added some much-needed defensive cover ahead of the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season.

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Cummins hoping glory days still lie ahead at the Cross

Ahead of the new season kick off, Cork City’s Graham Cummins talks about scoring against the Old Firm, dirty stuff in the English lower leagues, and how his hometown club has changed for the better since his celebrated late, great goal for the Rebels in 2011.

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Cork City boost striking options with signing of Liam Nash

The 23-year-old said he was excited to get going at City.

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Vinny Perth: We had a point to prove

New Dundalk head coach, Vinny Perth, says that Saturday night’s President’s Cup win over Cork City was the team and management proving themselves.

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Dundalk earns first President's Cup win since 2015 with Cork City defeat

First-half goals from Dane Massey and Patrick Hoban earned Dundalk a first President’s Cup win since 2015 as the Lilywhites beat Cork City at Turner’s Cross on Saturday evening.

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Back on Leeside! Kevin O’Connor signs on loan for Cork City

Cork City have announced that former defender Kevin O’Connor has returned to the club, on loan from Preston North End.

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Perth not looking to put Presidential seal on new reign

The post-Stephen Kenny era officially gets underway for Dundalk FC tomorrow but the man charged with stepping into his sizeable shoes says it’s much too early to be talking about laying down markers ahead of the President’s Cup meeting with Cork City at Turner’s Cross.

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Refreshed Damien Delaney up for Waterford task after ‘hitting a brick wall’ at Cork City

Damien Delaney has started pre-season as a Waterford player determined to learn the lessons from a challenging six months at Cork City which saw the 37-year-old “hit a brick wall”, as he puts it, before eventually parting company with his hometown club in early December.

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Kieran Sadlier exits Cork City to complete move to Doncaster

Kieran Sadlier has completed a move back to English football after last night competing a move to League One side Doncaster Rovers from Cork City.

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Damien Delaney leaves Cork City by mutual consent

The former Republic of Ireland international returned to the club in July after nearly 20 years in the English leagues, with his final six seasons being spent with Crystal Palace.

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Cork City goalie and Shamrock Rovers defender among three new Derry City signings

Declan Devine has made a trio of new signings at Derry City.

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Cork City reveal new black away jersey for next season

Cork City have released their away kit for next season - and the Munster club are going back to black to mark their return to Adidas after 25 years.

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'My only regret is I didn’t sign sooner': Steven Beattie leaves Cork City

Beattie is hoping to explore a return to the United States where he began his career.

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Cork City sign versatile Waterford player Garry Comerford

Cork City have made another addition to their squad for the 2019 season today.

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Cork City sign Dan Casey from Bohemians

Cork City have announced their first signing for the 2019 season with the acquisition of Dan Casey from Bohemians.

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Cork City players overlooked as Dundalk dominate Soccer Republic Team of the Year

League and FAI Cup runners-up Cork City, who finished 15 points clear of third place, has no representatives on the team.

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We're not the beast to Dundalk's beauty, insists Cork City manager John Caulfield

When asked earlier this week why goals and thrills have been hard to come by in the last three FAI Cup final meetings with Cork City, Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny suggested it was down to what he regarded as a stark contrast in styles.

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Alan Bennett: ‘The worst thing about this job? Getting better in your head but worse in your body’

Having enjoyed a stellar career on both sides of the Irish Sea, Alan Bennett could have been forgiven for edging into the shadows and planning his retirement after losing his place in the side earlier this season.

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FAI Cup final preview: Time has come for stars to seize the day

In the past 12 months, Kieran Sadlier netted the winning spot-kick in a cup final, scored from his own penalty area in May, was on the verge of an Ireland call-up, named in the PFAI Team of the year, and fired two hat-tricks.

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Steven Beattie: ‘We weren’t good enough this year. Sunday is a chance to put that right’

Sunday may very well turn out to be Steven Beattie’s last game in a Cork City shirt, but the Dubliner is relishing the chance of being part of Cork football history as Cork City go for an unprecedented three FAI Cup wins in a row.

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Dundalk's Dane Massey still playing hunger game

Four titles including one double in Dane Massey’s six years at Oriel Park have done nothing to blunt the Dundalk defender’s appetite for more silverware.

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Dave Hill feels Cork City's experience will tell

For a player that only entered League of Ireland football on the cusp of 30, Dave Hill did pretty well to write his name into the folklore of both Cork City and Bohemians.

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Cotter rallies the troops as Cork bid to keep Cup hopes alive

Cork City assistant manager John Cotter has called on his team to restore some pride by defeating Bohemians on Sunday and qualifying for a fourth FAI Cup final in a row.

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Cork City hoping for more Kieran Sadlier magic after perfect hat-trick

Amid the serious business at hand, there was some light relief around at Cork City’s Bishopstown training ground this week.

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Longford eye cup upset as Cork City come calling

There’s been grumbles from the faithful on Leeside after a stuttering fortnight that has left Cork City’s league title hopes hanging by a thread.

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John Caulfield: Time to stand up and be counted

Cork City boss John Caulfield has told his players it is time to “stand up and be counted” as they look to rescue their stuttering season.

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No margin for error as Cork City keep up the chase

Is there a rivalry in Irish sport to match the intensity of Cork City and Dundalk in the League of Ireland over the past four years?

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Steven Beattie: Back to ‘bread and butter’ for City after Euro exit

Cork City’s Steven Beattie is looking to channel any disappointment with their European exit into tomorrow night’sPremier Division clash with St Patrick’s Athletic at Turner’s Cross.

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Rosenborg ease to victory to end Cork City's European journey

Cork City’s European campaign came to an end as they were emphatically seen off by Rosenborg at Lerkendal Stadion in Trondheim on Thursday night.

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'Anything is possible' says Caulfield as Cork trail heading into Europa League clash

Cork City will hope to emulate their team of 1993 when they take on Rosenborg in the Europa League tonight.

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Cork face battle to keep European interests alive after defeat to Rosenborg

Cork City will need to effect an unlikely turnaround in Norway next week if they are keep their European interests alive after Jonathan Levi’s brace earned Rosenborg victory at Turner’s Cross on Thursday night.

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A to Z of Rosenborg: Trondheim’s Troll Children march into Cork

Martin Claffey gives an alphabetical break down of Cork City's European opponents.

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Damien Delaney and Garry Buckley doubts for Cork City's clash with Rosenborg

Damien Delaney and Garry Buckley are both doubts for Cork City's Europa League third-round qualifier first leg against Rosenborg tomorrow evening.

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Both legs of Cork City's Europa League clash with Rosenborg to be televised

Cork City's third-round Europa League qualifier against Rosenborg will be televised, RTÉ has confirmed.

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