“It’s amazing to be inducted into the hall of fame as growing up as a kid, I grew up with the GAA mentality,” said O’Callaghan.
“As a kid, I always wanted to be a sports star in Cork and although I probably did look back and think I was, now getting tonight’s hall of fame award, it probably caps it all for me. I am delighted to receive the award.”
He joined Dover Athletic for a brief stay in September 2012 and then he began his management career with Malaysian side Sabah in 2014.
“Fenn is a good manager, but he needs that bit of luck, and he needs something to click for him — and once that happens, coupled with the way he likes to play football, then it could be a really exciting time at the club.”