This mirrored an inconsistent season start, with elimination from the Setanta Cup, a home win against St. Pat's and a record-equalling 4—1 defeat to Sligo Rovers. Despite an FAI Cup win, manager Damien Richardson's future at the club was in doubt, and — after some acrimony — he and the club parted ways.
However O'Callaghan was later dropped and released. City were knocked out of the first qualifying round in European competition by FC Haka. While David Mooney retained the league's top scorer spot, City failed to take points from Bohemians or St. Pats and finished fifth in the league. The club did however gain some silverware, beating Glentoran in the Setanta Sports Cup final.
Paul Doolin replaced Mathews as manager for the season,  and the side gained a number of positive results early in — including defeating Roy Keane 's touring Ipswich Town 2—0. Fallout from the financial and management difficulties in and followed the club into the new decade. Roddy Collins was appointed manager before the start of the season,  despite questions over his contract status at Floriana F.
Despite some temporary stays, and several months of court and legal wrangling,  the club ultimately failed to gain a licence, meaning a deal on new ownership could not be secured, and the courts enforced a winding-up order on Cork City Investment FC Limited. Tommy Dunne formerly assistant manager to Paul Doolin was appointed first team manager, and oversaw the season. A number of players were called-up and played for the Ireland U23s,   and others to the Ireland U21s.
Cork ultimately finished 6th in the First Division in In the club won the First Division, on the last day of the season,  securing promotion to the premier division. The team also reached the league cup final losing to Derry City in a game played at Turner's Cross. Results at the start of the season led to the removal of Tommy Dunne as manager by August,  with Stuart Ashton overseeing the remainder of the season and a sixth-place finish.
Former veteran player and record scorer John Caulfield was appointed manager in , and oversaw unbeaten runs at the start  and end of the season — keeping pressure on league-leaders Dundalk.
City started with a third successive President's Cup final win over Dundalk - in a game overshadowed by the death of former player Liam Miller , who passed-away earlier in February This trust elects a Board of Management to run the football club, but the major decisions must be made at Annual General Meetings or Extraordinary General Meetings. Cork City play their home games at Turners Cross — a 7, all-seater stadium on the southside of Cork City.
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The club's colours largely reflected the traditional colours of association football in Cork, with green and white featuring heavily. Since the club's inception in , the kits also featured a red trim — influenced in part by the traditional Gaelic Athletic Association colours of County Cork.
Over the years, these base colours were worn in different combinations: In , the club broke with tradition to use a red and white kit — similar to the Cork County GAA kits. Subsequently, the club reverted to the green and white theme in , initially with white sidings rather than stripes, but eventually returning to green white and red stripes.
From to , the team never wore a kit with a single solid colour. The club was forced to hurriedly source an alternative while en route to the Netherlands. The team wore all-white kits with a makeshift crest and sponsorship. There was a recurring theme of black away kits — often with yellow trim — reflecting the kits of former Cork clubs. Black again became the colour of the team's away jersey in , with a jersey from Danish maker Hummel. In , the club kept with tradition by wearing a green home kit with red and white trim manufactured by Hummel.
The away kit was red with white trim, similar to the — home kits, and Cork GAA kits. These kits were used for the and seasons. In November , the club announced Umbro Ireland as the club's official kit partner. Cork City have one of the biggest support bases in the League of Ireland , and for example in early had average attendances of between four and five thousand per home game, compared to a league average of approximately 1, Before redevelopment, this was the location of the 'Shed End' terrace, which was knocked in The Family Enclosure is a specified area in the 'Donie Forde' stand, where families and children watch games in a less boisterous atmosphere than that of the Shed End.
The only other league side in the Cork area is Cobh Ramblers F. There has never been any significant rivalry between the clubs, as the Cobh club has spent much of its existence in the First Division. Launched in , " Going Commando " is Cork City's only active fanzine.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the current League of Ireland club. For the women's football club, see Cork City W. League of Ireland in Cork city.
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