Cork City Rebels

June News

30/6/99 - City Draw IFK Gothenburg

Cork will be away to IFK Gothenburg on August 12, in the UEFA Cup. City will hope to keep the tie alive for the second leg in Turners Cross, for August 26.

28/6/99 - Pre - Season Training Begins

Cork City have today gone back into training for the new season. Their first match will be next Thursday, at home to St Pats in the Super Cup semi-final

23/6/99 - Cork Players In Celtic U-21 Squad

Celtic's U-21 squad that will be playing Cork City in Turners Cross on the 5th of August will include 2 local Cork players. They are Liam Miller and Colin Healy. Former City player Brian Carey will be in Wrekham's squad to face Cork on July 10.

22/6/99 - O'Halloran In Ireland Youth Squad

Greg O'Halloran was named in Brian Kerr's squad for the European Youth Championships to be played in Sweden. Elsewhere Jim McInally was named Sligo Rovers new manager.

22/6/99 - Chief Executive To Be Appointed

Cork City are to advertise for a new chief executive. The person will have the resposibility of developing City into the best club in the country. He will work closely with the Munster FA to develope Turners Cross into an almost all-seater stadium.

21/6/99 - Nine St Pats Players Put Up For Sale

St Pats manager Liam Buckley has put 9 players on the transfer list including Jeff Clarke, Leon Braithwaite, Martin Riley and Thomas Morgan.

19/6/99 - Dunne Re-Elected Chairman

At the club's AGM in Tralee, Terry Dunne was elected chairman. He confirmed that money would be made available for Dave Barry if he wanted.

11/6/99 - City Take To Course

Cork City continue their fundraising activities when they take part in a golf classic today at Muskerry.

5/6/99 - Super Cup Details

The Super Cup will again be run this summer for Ireland's European representatives. City will play St Pats while Shels play Bray in the semi-finals on July 1. The final and 3/4 playoff is on July 4.

2/6/99 - U-21 Match Off

The Ireland v Yugoslavia U-21 match due for Turners Cross on Friday, has been canceled due to the goverment's decision not to grant the Yugoslavs' visas.