13 Facts About Barry Corr


Barry Corr was born on 2 April 1985 and is an Irish former professional football striker and currently first team coach at Cambridge United.


Barry Corr signed for Southend United on 9 July 2010 along with Peter Gilbert, both of whom had played previously for Southend's manager Paul Sturrock at Sheffield Wednesday.


Barry Corr signed a new two-year deal with Southend at the end of the season, and made his 150th appearance for the Blues on 27 September 2014 against Shrewsbury Town.


Barry Corr scored 63 goals in 181 appearances for Southend United.


Barry Corr signed a two-year deal with Cambridge United on 2 June 2015.


Barry Corr's campaign was cut short in January 2016 as he had to undergo knee surgery, he had scored 12 goals in 24 appearances by that point.


Barry Corr was released when his contract expired in June 2017.

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Barry Corr continued to train with the club after his release, and on 12 January 2018 he signed on non-contract terms until the end of the month, later extended until the end of the season.


On 7 June 2018 Barry Corr signed a new six-month deal with Cambridge United, but the spell was disrupted by injury and he left the club when it expired.


On 6 January 2020, Barry Corr was appointed manager of St Neots Town as part of a new strategic collaboration between both clubs.


Barry Corr took over with St Neots 2nd from bottom of the Southern Central league.


Barry Corr left a year later after Covid-19 restrictions stopped the season with St Neots in 3rd place after 11 games and having reached the 2nd round proper of the FA Trophy, the furthest the club had gone in their history.


Barry Corr was appointed 1st team coach at Cambridge United in May 2021.