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Neal Horgan

Neal Horgan
Neal Horgan was one of Cork City Football Club's longest-serving players, winning the Premier Division, First Division, Setanta Cup and FAI Cup in his time with the Leesiders. Neal is also the author of 'Death of a Football Club?, the Story of Cork City FC: Season 2008' - a first hand account of one of the club's most turbulent years.

The League Of Ireland’s Greatest Graduates: Paul McGrath

In part one of a series celebrating Irish football’s most successful League of Ireland graduates, we take an in-depth look at the role the LOI had to play in the early years of Republic of Ireland legend Paul McGrath’s career. From George Best and Bobby Charlton to John Giles, from Dixie Dean and Jimmy Johnson to Damien Duff, many of …

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Neal Horgan Column: Protecting The Past Must Be Part Of The LOI’s Future

Former Cork City stalwart Neal Horgan speaks with ex-Ireland international John Herrick about the rich history the League of Ireland has and how this legacy must have a role to play in shaping Irish domestic football’s future. The League of Ireland receives its fair share of criticism. Many commentators, including myself, have been focusing on the need for radical change within the …

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