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Cork City (0) 2 - 0 (0) Ipswich Town

Friendly 2009-10

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Referee: Unknown

Manager: Paul Doolin

Turners Cross 16:00

Attendance: 3,262

Manager: Roy Keane

Goals

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 Faz Kuduzovic (50)
 Davin ONeill (86)
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Substitutions

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Dan ConnorMark McNulty (46)
Tim KielyPat Sullivan (46)
Billy DennehyDavin ONeill (46)
Guntars Silagailis- Cambridge (46)
- LongGreg OHalloran (80)
Cillian LordanS Duggan (88)
Faz KuduzovicPaul Deasy (88)
Stephen ODonnellC Duggan (88)

Cards

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Teams

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Dan Connor

Neal Horgan

Dan Murray

Danny Murphy

Guntars Silagailis

Faz Kuduzovic

Billy Dennehy

Cillian Lordan

Tim Kiely

Stephen ODonnell

- Long

Substitutes

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Mark McNulty

Pat Sullivan

Davin ONeill

- Cambridge

Greg OHalloran

S Duggan

Paul Deasy

C Duggan

Stephen Mulcahy

Match Report

Keane fury at Cork loss

Ipswich boss Roy Keane admitted some of his players did not step up to the mark in the 2-0 friendly defeat by Cork.

Town were deservedly beaten in the second game of their Irish tour, and Keane was quick to praise the hosts for a fine display.

"Credit to Cork. I keep saying that's the beauty of going to Ireland - they've got some good players," said Keane.

"The League of Ireland teams are good. It's tough, you don't get much time on the ball but from our point of view I thought we started badly and gradually got worse.

"Some players had another opportunity to impress me and they didn't take it. I try not to over-analyse pre-seasons, though. I've been involved with teams who have been flying but then it doesn't happen when the season starts, and vice-versa."

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