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Can't see us bouncing back up next year even if they kept the majority of these guys.
Can't pass the ball 5 yards.
They'd have been hammered by a half competent team.
Some of the touches under no pressure are horrendous.
Even at that, had Bargary taken one of his sitters in the first half might have gotten out of jail.
 
I think when we got relegated last time there was an element of "we're Cork City, we'll bounce back".

This is different. We went back to the Premier Division, we were shite, and we got relegated, again.

Goalkeepers are what killed us this season. You'd lose track of how many shocking GK errors we had.

I'll continue to support my club but Jesus we'll be doing well to get any sort of crowds into TC next season.
 
Feel really sorry for the fans and anyone involved in the club. But for that fucking bump in the turf they would have got that second goal and nicked it. Penalty was a bit harsh too. Coughlan was cute. Thought the players did the best they could. They're getting an unmerciful battering on Twitter. They might be pros but they don't earn huge money and they are human so be kind. The damage can be undone.
 
Feel really sorry for the fans and anyone involved in the club. But for that fucking bump in the turf they would have got that second goal and nicked it. Penalty was a bit harsh too. Coughlan was cute. Thought the players did the best they could. They're getting an unmerciful battering on Twitter. They might be pros but they don't earn huge money and they are human so be kind. The damage can be undone.

Agreed, these lads aren't making a killing and can't just suppress online abuse with a new car or designer suit like a Premier League player might be able to. Important to remember that they're as normal as the rest of us when we're giving our criticism of them.
 
Absolutely no reason for it either. Second biggest city in Ireland, massive football club with a huge history.

Apart from Shamrock, I don't think there's a bigger club in Ireland. So for us to be anywhere near the bottom of the Premier Division table is wrong, never mind getting relegated. Twice.
The Town, well it used to be.
Sorry to see you going down.
The LOI is fucked BTW. But we know that for a long time :(
 
The Town, well it used to be.
Sorry to see you going down.
The LOI is fucked BTW. But we know that for a long time :(

Rubbish gates and no proper TV coverage mean the standard is never going to improve or provide an alternative route to sending all our talented youngsters to lower league English clubs.

We wont be competing internationally until the FAI gets serious about developing our domestic game.

Lol the state of them

3 years in the job and still commuting from the UK. He needs to be removed and get someone who will do the job properly. Including prioritising the development domestic league.


City going down is a disaster for football in Cork. Financially youd wonder how they are going to keep going. There wont be many out the cross Friday night watching Longford and Athlone.
 
Rubbish gates and no proper TV coverage mean the standard is never going to improve or provide an alternative route to sending all our talented youngsters to lower league English clubs.

We wont be competing internationally until the FAI gets serious about developing our domestic game.

Lol the state of them

3 years in the job and still commuting from the UK. He needs to be removed and get someone who will do the job properly. Including prioritising the development domestic league.


City going down is a disaster for football in Cork. Financially youd wonder how they are going to keep going. There wont be many out the cross Friday night watching Longford and Athlone.
LOI attendances have actually been pretty good this season.

A 23% increase on last season so moving in the right direction at least.

Not much good for Cork City though when we're heading back to the first division.
 
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