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# Rebel Army

This year
# Rebel Army
Cork City get off the mark with comfortable victory over UCD at Turner's Cross
A polished performance lifts the Leesiders off the foot of the table and gives them vital momentum for Monday’s trip to Shamrock Rovers.
Last year
# Rebel Army
Colin Healy to remain as manager of promoted Cork City
Leesiders’ boss says he wants to ‘build on what we have achieved this year’.
All time
# Cian And Able
Bargary's goal sends Cork on their way to derby win over Cobh
Cian Barbary and Cian Coleman got the goals as Cork beat neighbours Cobh.
# Rebel Army
'Cool heads and reflection' needed at Cork City, warns former boss
John Caulfield insists the club should not rush into any decisions about its ownership despite current circumstances.
# Rebel Army
McCarthy and O'Sullivan seal important three points for Cork City at the RSC
A JJ Lunney goal late on gave Waterford hope but John Cotter’s men held on for a 2-1 win on Friday.
# Cork City
Sligo stun Cork City as reigning champions suffer first home league defeat of the season
The result severely harms Cork’s hopes of retaining the title.
# Rebel Army
Cork City announce fourth new signing in three days as they bring in young Pat's striker
Josh O’Hanlon, 22, previously had spells at Longford Town and Bournemouth.
# let the good times roll
Success continues for Cork City as club clinches League of Ireland U17 title on penalties
It was a brilliant start to the week for the club, with City’s men and women’s teams competing in their FAI Cup finals on Sunday.
# remembering ryan
Cork City's Alan Bennett pays lovely tribute to Derry after a traumatic season
The Candystripes suffered through the pain of losing captain Ryan McBride in March.
# Clash of the Titans
Forever contenders, Cork City can finally seal the title against adversaries Dundalk tonight
Current holders Dundalk stand between Cork City and a first Premier Division title in 12 years tonight at Turners Cross.
# limping along
Cork City's seemingly simple walk to the title hits another bump with defeat in Limerick
Rodrigo Tosi and Shane Tracy were on the mark for the Shannonsiders as John Caulfield’s side lost again.
# Rebel Army
Wait continues for City’s crowning moment as champions-elect fall to brilliant Hoops
Rovers inflicted a third Premier Division defeat of the season on City, who continue their wait to be crowned 2017 SSE Airtricity League champions.
# Magic of the Cup
Cork City run riot and put a magnificent seven past Roddy Collins' hapless Athlone Town
Elsewhere, there was a huge shock as Bluebell United knocked out Pat Devlin’s First Division side Cabinteely.
# big result
Cork suffer second home league defeat as Sligo stun Turner's Cross
Rhys McCabe’s second half strike handed the Bit O’Red three precious points.
# in a hoop
Last-gasp extra-time goal secures Shamrock Rovers a place in Cup decider at City's expense
Leesiders were reduced to 10 men after Alan Bennett’s straight red card in the first-half.
# almost there
Cork City need just eight more points to secure the title after slender win in Drogheda
Stephen Dooley’s goal proved the difference as John Caulfield’s side bounced back after defeat to Bohs.
# Rebel forces
Life after Sean Maguire has its teething problems but Cork City still get the job done
Garry Buckley & Karl Sheppard were on target in a 2-1 win over Galway.
# Rebel Army
‘To have had this season and not to have gotten an international cap - for me that's just appalling’
Former Cork City manager Pat Dolan was in high praise of striker Sean Maguire and believes the player deserves an international call-up.
# relentless
Tunnel bust-up but Sean Maguire ensures Cork's unbeaten run extends to 25
St Pat’s had Owen Garvan sent-off after half-time tunnel clash.
# relentless
Another brace for Maguire, another three points for Cork City and it's now 17 wins from 18 games
Stephen Dooley and Jimmy Keohane were also on the mark for The Rebel Army.
Dundalk v Cork City, SSE Airtricity League Premier Division
Victory for Stephen Kenny’s side could have given them some hope of reeling in the Rebel Army. But, the guests proved far too strong.
# Unstoppable
Sheppard's stunner ensures it's a great Friday for Cork City as their remarkable run continues
Garry Buckley was also on target for John Caulfield’s side as they moved nine points clear.
# Out of the Woods?
'You look back and think 'F**k it, I underachieved a small bit - I don't have the medals I should have''
League of Ireland legend Billy Woods discusses Kurt Cobain hair, the remarkable Arkaga years and his love for Cork City.
# Rebel Army
Cork keep early pace with four-star win over 10-man Drogheda
Stephen Elliott got off the mark for the hosts though.
# Rebel Army
Caulfield: Dundalk playing in Russia less than 72 hours before FAI Cup final is no disadvantage
The Cork City boss is hoping to guide the Leeside club to their first FAI Cup final win since 2007.
# Looking Back
'European games were best nights of my career': US-based Liam Kearney on Cork City's task
The winger will be cheering his former club on from his new home in North Carolina.
# success
Morrissey and Maguire help 10-man Cork get back to winning ways
John Caulfield’s previously had three successive league draws against Sligo Rovers, Wexford Youths and Galway United.
# southern comfort
Magnificent goalkeeping display frustrates City but super-sub O'Sullivan ensures Leeside stalemate
Wexford Youths seemed set to claim all three points on Leeside thanks to Graham Doyle.
# Club legend
Mark Farren remembered as 10-man Cork slip up against the Candystripes
Ronan Curtis scored the only goal of the game while Greg Bolger was handed his marching orders at the Brandywell.
# Take a Bow
New signing Maguire lights up Leeside as debut brace earns Cork City three points against Bohs
The 21-year-old proved the difference as the Rebel Army got their season off to a great start.
# Rebel Army
Huge blow for Cork ladies as Eamonn Ryan joins men's management team
Peadar Healy has finalised his backroom staff for the forthcoming season.
# Rebel Army
'This is the biggest club in the country' - The rise of the Rebel Army
Copa 90 are back with a look at Cork City FC.
# Rebel Army
Cork City get the job done in Galway to keep pressure on leaders
John Caulfield will be happy with his night’s work.
# Rebel Army
The German Navy is taking over Cork*
*On a courtesy visit.
# Rebel Army
Cork City have nailed this promo video ahead of their first home game of the season
John Caulfield’s side face Limerick at Turner’s Cross tomorrow.
# Rebel Army
17 signs you're a hardcore Cork City fan
You’ve been to Limassol and Cwmbran and you were optimistic about Kabia and Dobbs up front.
# Rebel Army
Cork City go top after crucial victory over Bohemians at Turner's Cross
Billy Dennehy’s free-kick hands the Leesiders the advantage in an incredible title race.
# Rebel Army
Gifts galore as Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Inter Milan wish Cork City a happy 30th birthday
Arsene Wenger and Karl-Heinze Rummenigge have both written to the club in advance of its anniversary on Saturday.
# Airtricity League
Feel so close: Dunne and Murray ready for City’s return to the big time
It’s been a long time coming for Cork City, but they’re ready for their return to the Premier Division. Tommy Dunne and Dan Murray fill us in.