# Paul Cook

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'Nothing surprises me anymore in this industry' - Ireland midfielder Judge explains situation at Ipswich
The 32-year-old will not appear for the League One club again as it would trigger a new deal.
New gaffer for the Irish contingent at Ipswich Town as Paul Cook returns to management
The former Sligo Rovers boss is back in the game.
Former Sligo Rovers boss Paul Cook explains why he has left Wigan
Cook was in charge for three years and led the Latics to the League One title in 2017-18 before this season ended in farce.
Former Sligo boss Cook resigns from struggling Wigan
The 53-year-old was unable to keep the Latics clear of the relegation zone after their 12-point penalty.
Cook feeling 'physically sick' as final-day draw leaves Wigan facing relegation
Facing a 12-point deduction for entering administration, a win against Fulham last night would have made Wigan safe.
Bristol City and Birmingham keen on Wigan boss Cook
The Championship clubs want to tempt the ex-Sligo Rovers boss to take over.
Lennon 'flattered' by Ireland links while Cook rules himself out
The managers of Hibernian and Wigan Athletic have had their say on Ireland’s vacancy.
Irish midfielder Darron Gibson signs for Championship side Wigan on short-term deal
Gibson will link up with former Sligo Rovers boss Paul Cook at Wigan.
'I could see an upset' - Ex-League of Ireland boss on the brink of Wembley trip with giant-killing Wigan
A two-time FAI Cup winner with Sligo Rovers, Liverpudlian Paul Cook is involved in an FA Cup quarter-final this weekend.
'Nothing happened in the tunnel' - Guardiola
The Manchester City manager wanted to focus on football, not fighting, after last night’s FA Cup loss.
'I wasn't good enough, that is the truth:' Guardiola reveals he was rejected by Wigan
The Manchester City manager says he wanted a switch to England when he was a player in 2005.
On the Hunt: Irish interest grows at Wigan as a familiar face puts pen to paper
Noel Hunt has joined on a season-long deal.
Former Sligo Rovers boss lands Wigan role
Paul Cook departs Portsmouth, after guiding them to the League Two title, in order to take up his new role.
A former League of Ireland star has joined Portsmouth
Enda Stevens has signed for the League Two side on a two-year deal.
A former League of Ireland boss has taken over as manager of Portsmouth
He’s dropping down a division to do so.
Chesterfield's Irish midfielder Jay O'Shea dedicates league title to his late friend
The Dubliner played football with St Joseph’s Boys alongside his pal David Spain, who passed away in January.
Ventre keeping his head as title draws close
“Every year there’s been a progression and for it to keep on going, the next progression is to win the league,” Sligo Rovers captain Danny Ventre says.
Leaders of the Pack: Raffaele Cretaro and Sligo set to welcome Derry
The Rovers striker and his teammates are enjoying their best league start in 75 years but know Derry will pose a genuine threat
Sligo appoint Ian Baraclough as manager
The former Scunthorpe United manager has been appointed as Paul Cook’s replacement.
Short-changed: Sligo won't receive compensation for Cook
Accrington Stanley will not pay a financial package for their new manager, while Sligo begin interviews to replace him tomorrow.
He's off: Sligo confirm Cook's departure for Accrington Stanley
The Bit O’Red will have to find a new manager pretty sparkish as their current one has joined the Npower League Two side.
McStay in the running for Candystripes job
Stockport County’s assistant manager is in the fray to take over at The Brandywell and will hold talks with the club this week.
Awards time: Irish soccer nominations announced
Three managers and three players will battle it out to scoop the Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Personality of the Year.
Quigley enlists with Sligo's Red army
Sligo Rovers confirmed the signing of Dundalk striker Mark Quigley this afternoon.
'Our club's special' - Sligo boss Paul Cook looks forward to tomorrow's FAI Cup final
Bit O’ Red manager hopes his Premier Division runners-up can retain their trophy at Lansdwone Rd tomorrow.
Cook warns that he won't be at Sligo forever
The Sligo Rovers boss has hinted that a potential move to SPL side St Johnstone snagged over personal terms.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Here’s everything you need to know before that first coffee.
Cook to stay in red with Sligo
Paul Cook will remain as Sligo Rovers boss after he turned down a move to SPL side St Johnstone.
St Johnstone confirm talks with Sligo boss Paul Cook
Paul Cook is the favourite to fill the Scottish side’s vacant managerial post.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Dry yourself off and settle down for well-deserved cup of tea. Here’s all of the morning’s sports news.
Scoreless draw hands Sligo the advantage
WATCH: St. Patrick’s Athletic conceded an injury-time goal as they fell 2-0 against Karpaty Lviv.
What to look out for this weekend in the League of Ireland
We preview the big games coming up, in addition to analysing Galway United’s recent financial troubles.
Living the Hoop dreams as champions the one to beat this season
Alan Smith tugs on his boots, slips in the shin-guards, does a few cursory stretches and kicks off his League of Ireland column. It’s going to be another mad season, isn’t it?
League of Ireland kick-off: is the west awake for title hopefuls Sligo?
Alan Smith reckons Sligo will fall just short in their pursuit of Shamrock Rovers this season. Do you agree?