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The Cross Roads: Rise of the Rebel Army and Crisis at the FAI

Neal Horgan

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From the publisher:

The Fall, Death and Rise of Cork City FC: Book 3

The Cross Roads is the third and final chapter in Neal Horgan's critically acclaimed series The Fall, Death and Rise of Cork City FC. It charts the return of the club to the Premier Division of the League of Ireland, and the emergence of fans organisation FORAS. The book also charts the crisis at the governing association for soccer in Ireland, the FAI.

The author:

Neal Horgan is a Practising Solicitor living in Cork City and a regular contributor to the Irish Examiner's sports pages. Between 2000 and 2015, Horgan played 15 seasons with Cork City FC in the League of Ireland, winning every major trophy and playing in every European competition available. A self proclaimed 'conservative full back' in his playing days, Horgan admits that his books have been influenced by a diverse range of influences including Eamon Dunphy's 'Only a Game', 'A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch' by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and 'Catch-22, ' by Joseph Heller. 


20 x 13 cm
310 pages
September 2019