Dublin Judge orders Cork City to close
Dubiln judge Mary Laffoy ordered CCFC to shut up shop
A Dublin court has ordered Cork City FC's holding company to close which would bring an end to twenty five years of football at Turners Cross. In a judgement clearly aimed as a message to Corkonians as a whole Dublin judge Mary Laffoy insisted the club close with immediate effect.
The club now has until Friday to come up with the money demanded by the Dublin Government through its oppressive quango 'The Revenue Commisioners' which collects money for tribunal lawyers earning up to €5,000 per day, bailing out Dublin's corrupt banks, crooked expense-claiming politicians, ruthless property developers, bullshitting PR companies, the construction of large metal spikes in O'Connell Street, the self congratulating 'national' broadcaster and its overpaid 'stars'.
Tom Couglan is believed to have put €700,000 of his own bobs into the club
This money will also pay off the billion-euro street tram called after some fella Lewis (whose tracks don't even join up) and the e-voting joke as told by Waterford's bungling minister (that's a deliberate lower case 'm') Martin Cullen.
We could go on but talking
about that filthy den of iniquity on the east coast and the oppression it forces
on those outside of it but it makes us nauseous. Now they are determined to
take our football club from us by demanding more money to fund hundreds more
money wasting schemes like those above.
Cork City FC will play Bray Wanderers this Friday night at the Cross. The only way you can help is by buying your ticket in advance so that the club's representatives may be able to pay this ludicrous sum of money demanded by the Dublin judges.
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