Cork City’s Kevin O’Connor scores the winning goal against Sligo Rovers recently. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley respectfully suggested during the week that despite Cork’s remarkable start to the season, they are still not (...)

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is confident ahead of this season but still feels his squad needs a striker. Photo: Inpho

Stephen Kenny has confirmed that he has had talks with former Northern Ireland under-21 international Thomas Stewart about a move to Oriel Park but th(...)

Dundalk will begin the defence of their title at home to Shamrock Rovers. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

It is, as that old gag goes, a case of déjà vu all over again. Five years on from their last attempt at a 10-team Premier Division was abandoned, t(...)

Action from the first leg in Genk, which Cork lost 1-0. Photograph: Jeffrey Gaens/Inpho

Europa League, third qualifying round, second leg Turner’s Cross, Thursday, 7.45pm Eir Sport 1 Cork City (0) v KRC Genk (1) Cork City manager Jo(...)

Republic of Ireland soccer team assistant manager Roy Keane:   “telling good lads they’ve  not made it – obviously the manager spoke to them – was very difficult.” Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Having suggested not long before that he “wanted to kill a few of them,” over the course of Tuesday’s game against Belarus, Roy Keane has called on th(...)

Mikhail Hardzeichuk of Belarus scores his side’s first goal against Ireland at Turner’s Cross. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

International football at Turner’s Cross turned out to be a very pleasant way to spend a sunny evening in late May. Something about it felt a bit li(...)

The former Athlone Town player Neil Harney is now part of the St Peter’s team. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Their record number of wins would probably suggest that a trip to Shamrock Rovers is as good, or bad, as it gets for a non-league side in the FAI Cup(...)

Cork manager John Caulfield: “We’ll be hoping that we can play well, because we will need to play well to beat them.” Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Cork City can expect their biggest crowd of the season at Turner’s Cross tonight for what looks like a must-win game against Bohemians. A point behin(...)

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