The midfielder arrived at Filbert Street in August 1995 after impressing on a pre-season tour of Germany, where he'd been on trial with Hannover. Corica had an EC passport thanks to his Italian ancestry but was born in Australia and started his career Down Under with Sydney club Fairfield.
The attacking midfielder made a perfect start to his City career when he scored a fine goal at Sunderland on his debut in August 1995. His progress was halted, however, when he suffered a broken ankle in a game against Port Vale and Corica's form was hit on his return to action.
His stay at City was brief, making eighteen starts in all competitions and scoring twice before he rejoined Mark McGhee at Wolves for a fee of between £1-1.5 million in February 1996. Ironically, a tribunal said Leicester must pay just £325,000 to his Australian club - making a tidy profit on just half a season spent at City.
His home debut for Wolves came in a 3-2 defeat against City but his career at Molineux was hit by further injury set-backs. After his move to Wolves his career took a twist, taking him to the J-League to play for Sanfrecce Hiroshima before returning to Oz to finish his career with Sydney FC after two years with Walsall.