Billy Dennehy Set For Cork City Exit
City winger told he can pursue other options
It looks like Billy Dennehy has played his last game for Cork City.
Boss John Caulfield has confirmed exclusively to RedFM Sport that the winger has been allowed to explore other options, and hasn't travelled to Iceland for the Europa League tie with KR Reykjavik.
Speaking earlier this morning, Caulfield was keen to stress that his decision wasn't as a direct result of Dennehy's on field bust up with Mark O'Sullivan at the end of the first leg in Turner's Cross last week.
Caulfield broke the news in an interview with RedFM Sport this morning - you can listen to the whole thing by clicking play below.
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