St Patrick's Athletic have announced midfielder Ian Turner as the clubs latest signing after he was released by Limerick today.
Turner was a big part of the Limerick set up under Martin Russell but has found game time tough to come by under new boss Neil McDonald.
Limerick tweeted about the Cork
There have been two fixture changes in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
Leaders Cork City were set to travel to the Carlisle Grounds to face Bray Wanderers on Friday, July 14th but due to to their UEFA Europa League second qualifying round tie against AEK Larnaca on Thursday, the fixture
Limerick have today announced the loan signing of Joe Crowe from Norwich City. Crowe who can play at centre-back and centre midfield has not made an appearance for the Norwich senior team but has been ever-present in the u-23 team.
Crowe who is 19 years old has been capped at u-19
Limerick have begun their transfer dealings early in the window as Henry Cameron has joined the club.
Cameron who can play across the midfield but mainly plays as a winger will more than likely see Limerick let go 1 or 2 midfielders.
New Zealand born Cameron joins the club after 3 years
With the League of Ireland season on its mid season break we wanted to put together who we feel have been the top performers in the Premier Division and make our League XI for the half way stage.
There have been some close calls and we have had to leave some
Late goals from Dean Clarke and Bastien Héry gave Limerick the win in the Marketsfield on Friday night. New Limerick manager Neil McDonald tested out a new 5-3-2 system and it seemed to work early on.
Bray passed neatly around the midfield but a loose pass found Chiedozie
By Connor McGinty.
Finn Harps moved out of the relegation zone after a superb 3-2 victory at home to Limerick after brushing a side Liam Buckley's men on Monday night.
As we learned on Monday early starts are vital and Harps replicated the impressive start witnessed on Monday. Ciaran Coll from the
The Gypsies hosted Limerick in a mid table collision, with a massive three points on offer, as both sides look to pull away from the dreaded relegation zone and it was the travelling supporters who went home happiest. Goals from Tosi and a Dan Byrne O.G gave Limerick a
Sam Allardyce has announced that his Crystal Palace side will face Limerick FC in a friendly in their pre-season.
Allardyce was manager of the Munster side between 1991-1992 and his former assistant manager (at many clubs) Neil McDonald is now currently managing the Blues.
Speaking to the Croydon Advertiser, ‘Big Sam’ said,
Limerick FC’s board certainly showed their desire to recruit at the top level of management as they went after Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane to replace Martin Russell.
In The Irish Independent today, Dan McDonnell wrote that the Munster side apparently were willing to offer the Cork man €250,000 per annum