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    Foot.ie! Cork City v Derry City - 1986 FAI Cup


    The SFAI are the governing body for grassroots football in Ireland, not the FAI. Its success or the lack of is all down to them.

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    That's some fantastic footage.
    My first ever City game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by razor View Post
    That's some fantastic footage.
    My first ever City game.
    Quality stuff all right. Would love to know what the teams were.

    The FAI Cup offered some respite with Bray Wanderers, Limerick City and Derry City being overcome as City advanced to the semi-finals. However, all-conquering Shamrock Rovers proved too powerful over two legs, winning 8:3 on aggregate. The return match at the Lodge was the last ever played at the famous old venue.
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    The SFAI are the governing body for grassroots football in Ireland, not the FAI. Its success or the lack of is all down to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A face View Post
    Quality stuff all right. Would love to know what the teams were.
    Have the programme at home. scanned in a few pages a while back.
    here's the cover.

    http://img542.imageshack.us/img542/2...th1986cove.jpg
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    Teams:

    Cork: Jim Mulcahy, Barry Neiland, Liam Keane, Mick O'Keefe, Pat Healy, Anto Whelan, Stuart Ashton, Charlie McCarthy, Jimmy Nodwell, Paddy Hughes, Kevin Kearney
    Subs: Bob Donovan & Ian Hennessy

    Derry: Eamon Quigley, Mick Gorman, Ray McGuinness, Nelson DaSilva, Declan McDowell, Noel King, Kevin O'Neill, Owen DaGama, Brendan Bradley, Stuart Gauld, Kevin Mahon
    Subs: Barry McCreadie & Paul McLaughlin

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    You can actually see Mick O'Keeffe's head to head with a Derry official round the 7:55 mark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by razor View Post
    You can actually see Mick O'Keeffe's head to head with a Derry official round the 7:55 mark.
    From 7.30 you can see the official was on the other side of the goal, but he did have a few hundred people celebrating a goal in his right ear during that time. He obviously walked over looking for it.

    Is that where O'Keeffe got the nickname from?
    The SFAI are the governing body for grassroots football in Ireland, not the FAI. Its success or the lack of is all down to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A face View Post
    Is that where O'Keeffe got the nickname from?
    I don't believe so, No.
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    I have signed in to view the Cork City FC v Derry FC in an FAI cup match at Flower lodge 1986, but I still cannot view the footage ?
    Am I doing something wrong ?

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    I think the nickname 'Slap' was Mick O'Keeffe's Dad's nickname first !!

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    Anyone know if there were cameras at the 1987 League Cup Final v Rovers? Would love to see footage of that game.

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    Hi,

    I played in that FAI Cup match with Cork City v Derry FC 1986, and I would love to see footage of the match.
    Would it be possible to forward me the Youtube link to the video of the match ?

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    Jim Mulcahy

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    I cant view it either Jim
    Maybe send a PM to A face to re post it if he has it still ?

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