John Cotter leaves Cork City FC

Cork City FC wish to confirm that John Cotter has stepped down from his position first team assistant manager with immediate effect. The club and John Cotter came to a mutual agreement today at Bishopstown Stadium.

Speaking on this announcement, Cork City FC chairman Declan Carey said “Everyone at the club is hugely grateful for everything John Cotter has done for the club in recent years and in particular over these last few challenging months.  John leaves the club with all of our best wishes and we look forward to welcoming John to Turner’s Cross in the future.”

Speaking today, John said “I feel the time is right to part ways with the club and to leave the new head coach take over with a clean slate. I would like to thank the players and backroom team for the huge success brought to the club since 2014. I wish the board, staff and players all the best for the rest of the 2019 season and I look forward to attending games as a supporter in the near future. I have been immensely proud to have been involved with such a great club for so many years in which time the club has enjoyed great success. I leave with only fond memories of my time at the club.”


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