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O'Callaghan right at home with Cork

GEORGE O'Callaghan is back with hometown club Cork City for a fourth spell after agreeing terms with manager Tommy Dunne last night.

The 30-year-old spent part of this season with Waterford United but quit the Blues after just eight games.

Now, Dunne has worked out a deal to bring the player back to Turner's Cross. O'Callaghan first joined Cork from Port Vale in 2002, he returned there in 2008 after spells with Ipswich and Brighton, and he was back at Cork at the start of this season under then manager Roddy Collins but didn't formally sign as the club changed ownership with the departure of Tom Coughlan.