Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Liam Bossin.
The 23-year-old goalkeeper joins the club having most recently been with Nottingham Forest, and he expressed his enthusiasm at joining the club, saying: “I was waiting for an opportunity and my agent called me and said Cork City were looking for me, and I just wanted to get there and get signed. I have played in Turner’s Cross before with the Ireland Under 19s, so I already know the stadium and I am really looking forward to it.”
“I feel my strengths are that I have quick feet, good distribution and I am a good shot-stopper. I will always give 100% for the club, I am a hard worker and I just want to help the club and get good results. I just want to show myself and work hard to earn my place.”
City boss Neale Fenn welcomed Bossin’s signing, commenting: “Getting Liam in is excellent news. He is a fantastic keeper, an Irish Under 21 international, and it is brilliant for us to get a player of his calibre. He’s a player I would have known from the international scene and I would have kept an eye on him over the years; I’ve spoken to people about him and made sure he will be a good fit for us, so I am very pleased to have him signed.”