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    2018 Transfers

    Since thats the season officially finished I thought it'd be a good time to make this.
    Limerick FC in:
    Cian Coleman (Cobh Ramblers)
    Shamrock Rovers in:
    Greg Bolger (Cork City)

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    Limerick out: john O'Flynn, Stephen Kenny, Peter Burki.

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    Waterford IN:
    Kenny Browne
    Paul Keegan
    (Still under contract)

    Patrick McClean
    Dean O Halloran
    Matthew Connor
    Derek Daly
    Sander Puri
    John Martin
    (All re-signed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gael353 View Post
    Limerick out: john O'Flynn, Stephen Kenny, Peter Burki.
    My guess would be O'Flynn to Cobh (if he plans to play on). This is only a hunch, but I think we'll take a punt on Kenny.
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    Tobi Adebayo-Rowling promoted from Cork City reserves to Cork City. I'm kidding but we do sign a stupidly high amount of players from Sligo. Is he any good Sligo fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo Escobar View Post
    My guess would be O'Flynn to Cobh (if he plans to play on). This is only a hunch, but I think we'll take a punt on Kenny.
    I doubt it. I’d say Kenny to Cobh also. Really good first divison player.

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    Are Sligo due compensation for ‘yer man Tobi’ then?
    "He mightn't always be right but he's never wrong"

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    Tobi Adebayo-Rowling promoted from Cork City reserves to Cork City. I'm kidding but we do sign a stupidly high amount of players from Sligo. Is he any good Sligo fans?
    He was excellent in 2016 for us. Thought he was the best right back in the league. Poor enough last season and a very poor attitude in general. Won’t be missed but talent is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    Tobi Adebayo-Rowling promoted from Cork City reserves to Cork City. Is he any good Sligo fans?
    I believe there's a video out there, of him preforming at his best
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    Not too upset to see the back of Tobi as he can blow hot and cold. Good potential but is a bit daft to say the least. But I have to say Caulfield is really an annoying tit. He obviously has no scouting connections at all. Just waits to see who we unearth and signs them the following season. Mind you he has taken a couple of duds as well. ****.

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    Even one of the biggest duds turned out to be a hero!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover'n'out View Post
    Not too upset to see the back of Tobi as he can blow hot and cold. Good potential but is a bit daft to say the least. But I have to say Caulfield is really an annoying tit. He obviously has no scouting connections at all. Just waits to see who we unearth and signs them the following season. Mind you he has taken a couple of duds as well. ****.
    Letting ye take the risk and then getting the rewards seems a good plan to me.

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    Shamelessly knicked from Twitter

    Caulfield has now signed a starting XI from Sligo Rovers

    Gledhill
    Tobi Beattie Folan Davoren
    Djilali Keohane Sadlier Gaynor
    Campion Elding

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    Population of Cork far greater than Sligo so Tobi's film career should take-off big time.
    On the football field however, has lots of talent but a terrible attitude, and appears to rebel against discipline by just doing nothing.
    Also likes the nightlife regardless of football obligations.

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    What was all the talk of Cork losing a player to Dundalk? Was it a late change of mind or what? Also, will Bolger's departure be considered a loss or was it inevitable in recent weeks?
    A Championship: 4 years - 8 first teams - 0 financially ruined. First Division '14: 7 first teams.
    Opportunity seems lost somewhere in between for new clubs/regions to become part of LoI family.

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    We've known Bolger is leaving since mid season. He and McCormack play in a similar position and prior to the cup final were unable to fulfill those roles concurrently. Bolger is class. McCormack is better. Bolger is too good and too expensive to sit on the bench. We could bring in another midfielder on much less money and have more flexibility throughout.
    Karl Sheppard has made Stephen "I'm not going to lie to you" Kenny look very silly by changing his mind and deciding to stay in Cork. Kenny all but confirmed he had signed Shep in the build up to the cup final, in a clear attempt to unsettle our preparations, while at the same time accusing us of a lack of class. Whether these comments affected Sheps decision or money played a part or some combination we don't know, but it's very very sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    We've known Bolger is leaving since mid season. He and McCormack play in a similar position and prior to the cup final were unable to fulfill those roles concurrently. Bolger is class. McCormack is better. Bolger is too good and too expensive to sit on the bench. We could bring in another midfielder on much less money and have more flexibility throughout.
    Karl Sheppard has made Stephen "I'm not going to lie to you" Kenny look very silly by changing his mind and deciding to stay in Cork. Kenny all but confirmed he had signed Shep in the build up to the cup final, in a clear attempt to unsettle our preparations, while at the same time accusing us of a lack of class. Whether these comments affected Sheps decision or money played a part or some combination we don't know, but it's very very sweet.
    Thanks for all that information. I was blissfully unaware of all of it. I was surprised to see Bolger on the bench so often in recent weeks. He had the look of someone who was heading off to pastures new.

    I was surprised ye're manager persisted with Sheppard in the advanced attacking role for so much of the last third of the season. Getting Sheppard to sign is as deft a touch as Campion's control in getting the extra time equaliser!
    A Championship: 4 years - 8 first teams - 0 financially ruined. First Division '14: 7 first teams.
    Opportunity seems lost somewhere in between for new clubs/regions to become part of LoI family.

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    Shep is wasted up front.hes the best wide player in the league. Hopefully next season hell be back out wide

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    Whether these comments affected Sheps decision or money played a part or some combination we don't know, but it's very very sweet.
    I'd say sweeter for Sheppard also, rumour that his new contract is worth €1,500 a week with accommodation paid (digs would be standard). Heard the offer from Dundalk was €1,300. He's done well out of this.
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