The Cork City FC 1991 short sleeve retro shirt represents one of the highlights of the four years that manager Noel Mahoney was in charge. In the 1990-91 season, fired by the goals of John Caulfield, Cork retained the Munster Senior Cup and put together a 24-match unbeaten run that helped them to runners-up spot in the league. The reward for their fine season was UEFA Cup football and a dream draw against the mighty Bayern Munich. This was just Cork’s second-ever European tie but they put up a brave showing, holding them 1-1 at home before going down to two late goals in Bavaria in the return. It was fitting that the scorer of the first leg goal as the long-serving Dave Barry, a midfielder who had played in Cork City’s first ever competitive fixture seven years earlier.