| Conor McCormack|
| Manchester United|
| (1990-05-18) 18 May 1990 (age 25)|
Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland
Derry City F.C. (#6 / Midfielder)
Conor McCormack (footballer) Wikipedia
Conor McCormack (born 18 May 1990) is a professional footballer currently playing in the League of Ireland Premier Division with Cork City.
He started his career with Manchester United, joining on a youth contract when he was 16 years old. After spending two years at the club and becoming disillusioned with the lack of first-team opportunities, McCormack turned down the offer of an extension to his contract. He moved to Italy and joined Serie B side U.S. Triestina Calcio, becoming the first Irish player to move to Italy since Robbie Keane's brief stint at Inter Milan. McCormack endured a frustrating time at the club, failing to make a first-team start during his two and a half years there. After a proposed loan deal to a Lega Pro side fell through at the last minute in May 2010, McCormack made his intentions to leave clear. He returned to Ireland to sign for League of Ireland champions Shamrock Rovers at the beginning of the 2011 season, playing a huge part in their journey to the Europa League group stages.
In 2012 McCormack signed for a further 2 seasons.
McCormack signed for League of Ireland champions, St Patrick's Athletic for the 2014 season in November 2013. He scored his first goal for Pats on his debut in a 4–1 win over Shelbourne in a friendly at Pearse Park on 1 February 2014. After 58 appearances for Pats, McCormack was released by mutual consent on 28 July 2015 and was announced as a new signing for relegation fighting Derry City later that day.
He signed with Cork City on 18 November 2016 by manager John Caulfield. Cork City recently won the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup and are hoping to pip league winners Dundalk in the coming season.
McCormack has previously captained the Republic of Ireland Youths team and has caps from Under 15, Under 16, Under 17 and Under 19 levels. He was the recipient of the Republic of Ireland Under-17 Player of the Year award for 2007.Shamrock Rovers
League of Ireland (1): 2011
League of Ireland Cup (1): 2013
Setanta Sports Cup (2): 2011, 2013
Leinster Senior Cup (2): 2012, 2013
St Patrick's Athletic
FAI Cup (1): 2014
FAI President's Cup (1): 2014
Leinster Senior Cup (1): 2014
Correct as of 18 November 2016. 'Other' includes Setanta Cup, Leinster Senior Cup and President's Cup.