COBH


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COBHChange of Bowel Habit
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"Credit to Cobh they were well up for it and they made it difficult for us at times.
“We were delighted to welcome the ladies of the 'Cobh Animation Group' on board Balmoral in this most lovely of Irish ports, and we would like to thank them all for helping to make our visit to this historic port such a memorable and colourful one!
The 761 survivors were brought to Cobh and many of the 1,198 who perished are buried in its cemetery.
Soon after, and before Keane's record pounds 3.75m move to United, Fenton was sacked by Forest and Cobh - who famously never agreed a sell-on fee - were left to ponder what bank balance might have been.
Meanwhile, a special commemoration event will be held at Cobh on May 7, involving the Queen Victoria, to mark the centenary of the sinking of the Lusitania just off the Irish coast in 1915.
"You only need to see what he did with the youths at Cobh and the amount of young players he brought through.
And he had long dreamed of restoring the historic building and putting Cobh on the map.
"We have received correspondence from the Cobh Ramblers Board in relation to that match."
Cobh's public conveniences had fallen into a state of disrepair and its council decided the time had come to shut them down.
Derry City v Cobh Ramblers Brandywell, tomorrow, KO 4pm
Alfie Hale, then manager of Cobh Ramblers, takes up the story: "John had played for me at Cobh in the 1988-89 season and asked me, when he was appointed by Spurs, to tip him off about any promising players.