EXTENDED INTERVIEW: Cork City Manager John Caulfield Post Genk
Cork City players are in recovery mode following Thursday night's Europa League third qualifying round tie defeat to Genk.
The Belgium opposition will take a 1-0 lead into the second leg at Turners Cross next week, but after a solid performance away, City Management and Players are positive about the return fixture.
We've sat down with Cork City Manager John Caulfield to discuss the defeat, the second leg and the value of the home support at Turners Cross. The Manager also details the interest BK Hacken have shown in Captain Greg Bolger, the FAI Cup third round draw, the signing of Dave Mulcahy and Eric Grimes, sending Conor Ellis and Craig Donnellan on loan to Cobh Ramblers, and gives his reaction to the €5000 funding injection announced for each League of Ireland Club today.
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