Signed by the Tampa Bay Rowdies on August 10, 2012.
Cort (6-4, 172), who hails from London, England, spent five seasons with Newcastle of the English Premier League after being signed by manager Bobby Robson to a five-year contract in the summer of 2000. Cort scored five goals in 10 English Premier League appearances after returning from injury late in the 2000-01 season for Newcastle.
Cort saw action for the Wolverhampton Wanderers over the course of four seasons from 2004-07 and tallied 32 goals. In the 2004–05 season, he notched 16 goals in 40 appearances and the following season added nine goals in the first 11 matches for Wolverhampton.
Cort, born in London of Guyanese descent, has also seen action for the England U-21 team and most recently for League One side Brentford. He has also previously played for Wimbledon, Lincoln City, Leicester City, UD Marbella and Norwich City.
Played in eleven league matches, making four starts... Made 2013 debut against FCE (5.4)... Played 452 minutes in 2013... Scored his first goal of the season vs SAS (6.15)... Goal of the year nominee for his strike vs FTL on 10.5.
Played in four regular season matches with two starts and started 4 post-season matches for 538 total minutes... Scored in the second leg of the NASL Championship Series against Minnesota (10.27)... Scored first Rowdies goal against Fort Lauderdale (9.1)...Made Rowdies debut against Puerto Rico (8.25)… Signed with the Rowdies on August 10, 2012…