Cork City are delighted to announce the return of George O’Callaghan to the club.
The 30 year old, who won the league title in his first spell with the club in 2005, told CorkCityFC.ie that he was delighted to have returned to the club: “It’s nice to come home. The last time I was here I don’t think I was one hundred percent sure what I wanted to do, but now I’m older and I have a family. I don’t want there to be any drama or any expectations about my return; I’m looking forward to working with the lads and hope to work my way into the team. I enjoyed my time at Waterford but it’s good to be back home.”
City boss Tommy Dunne expressed his happiness with the signing of O’Callaghan, who is expected to be available for Friday’s game against Monaghan, saying: “Cork City is George’s home and it’s where he has played the best football of his career. As everyone knows he is a talented player and brings a wealth of experience also. He wanted to come back to the club and we are prepared to give him the opportunity to fight for a place in the team.”