Cobh Ramblers Football Club are on the hunt for a new first-team manager

Cobh Ramblers and first-team manager Darren Murphy, along with his backstage team, have ‘amicably’ agreed to part ways.

A deal was reached this morning following the Ramblers’ disappointing 3-0 loss to Wexford at St Colman’s Park on Friday night.

It’s been a disappointing season overall for Cobh, who currently sit second in the League of Ireland Premier League table with just two wins and 12 losses from 17 games.

The Rams will now appoint an interim manager in the coming days who will take charge of their next match which is the Cork Derby against Cork City at Turner’s Cross this Friday.



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A club statement reads; “We would like to sincerely thank Darren and his management team for their integrity, their love for the club, their hard work and their constant desire to improve performance and results.

“We sincerely wish them the best for the future. The Board will now begin the process of appointing a permanent successor to Darren.

“An interim manager will be appointed in the coming days and will take responsibility for team matters ahead of our next matches.”

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