Crois an Tornóra - John Caulfield

Garreth Joyce and PROC

Sullivan's Quay

John Caulfield is a former Cork City FC player and manager who spent the majority of his playing career at Cork City and was a prominent member of the team that won the 1992–93 League of Ireland Premier Division. He was also the League of Ireland Premier Division Top Scorer in both 1991–92 and 1994–95.

As a manager of Cork City FC, Caulfield has won the 2016 FAI Cup, 2017 FAI Cup and 2017 League of Ireland Premier Division with Cork City. Caulfield has also played Gaelic football and represented both Roscommon and Cork at inter-county level, winning an All-Ireland junior title with the latter.

Crois An Tornóra is the Irish/Gaelic name for "Turner's Cross" where Cork City FC's stadium is located, 1.8km away from this street art on Sullivan's Quay in the city centre.

"Beir Bua" is an Irish language courtesy phrase, literally meaning "grab a win", often used as an upbeat/encouraging end to a conversation or written communication. An English language equivalent is "Go get 'em!".

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