Tuesday’s edition of City Edition remembers the immense contributions made by two of the club’s founding fathers – Jim Hennebry and Chris Herlihy. Noel Spillane writes about the impact that Jim Hennebry had on City, while Dave Nagle shares memories of his late grandfather, Chris Herlihy. Both men will be sadly missed.
Kenyan Under-23 international, Henry Ochieng, talked with Michael Hayes about the season so far, the departure of Neale Fenn and Daire O’Connor, and how he misses the atmosphere generated by the Shed End.
Colin Healy pens his first column as interim manager while Shane Donovan looks over Dundalk’s season so far. Around the League rounds up the latest league news including an accolade for Cork City WFC’s Saoirse Noonan! Chris O’Mahony writes about the role of sponsorship and growing professionalism of the women’s league, in particular Cork City WFC.
Doug Lucey looks back on City’s tie against Limerick on September 9th 1984, one of the club’s opening games. Staying on the theme of history, Noel Collins profiles former Evergreen and Cork Celtic player Donie Leahy, and, of course, On This Day, and Rebel Army uniforms continue the blast from the past.
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