- 2017 Partnership with Cork’s Red FM launched
- “I even had to go away and figure out who Drake was this week” – Karl Caulfield talks to Thomas Stafford ahead of the new season
- Interview with Patrick ‘Pop’ Crowley of Ramblers u19s
- Roy Keane and Seamus McDonagh Q&A ticket update
- Ross Mann signs for the Rams
- Ramblers giveaways on Cork’s Red FM
- Christopher “Kaka” McCarthy to captain Cobh for 2017
- Q&A with Roy Keane and Seamus McDonagh – online ticket sales
- Ciaran Kearney added to Ramblers’ u19 side
- Club Graphic Designer announced
Christopher “Kaka” McCarthy to captain Cobh for 2017
- Updated: February 10, 2017
Cobh Ramblers FC are pleased to announce that Christopher “Kaka” McCarthy will captain the club’s senior side for the 2017 season. Kevin Mulcahy, our club captain for the past two years, has unfortunately been forced to take a step back from the club due to increased work commitments.
McCarthy is presently Cobh’s longest serving player. ‘Kaka’ joined the club’s u19 team in 2013 and was a member of the Enda McGuill Cup winning side in 2014. The ex-Mayfield man stepped up to senior level under Martin Cambridge and hasn’t looked back since. He picked up four awards at our awards night last year, including Player of the Year and has captained the club so far in pre-season.
Goalkeeper Paul Hunt will serve as our vice-captain for the 2017 season.