Limerick hosted Galway in the Marketsfield on Friday night. A big and loud Galway crowd travelled down and aided the 1700 attendance.
The game had a very slow start but Limerick were dominant throughout. 6 minutes in Chiedozie Ogbene was released down the wing by Tommy Robson. The winger cut
Limerick welcomed Cork to the Marketsfield for the second time in 3 weeks. This time it was the EA sports cup though with a place in the quarter final up for grabs.
Limerick made 10 changes from the side who put 3 past Drogheda on Saturday evening with only Brendan Clarke
Limerick moved up to 4th in the league with a convincing 3-0 victory over Drogheda in the Marketsfield. Limerick started the better side and after just 3 minutes took the lead. A Lee-J Lynch corner found the head of Rodrigo Tosi who flicked into the Drogheda net for his
Former Togo & Trinidad & Tobago manager Tom Saintfiet has applied for the vacant Sligo Rovers & Limerick roles.
The Belgian left his role as Trinidad & Tobago manager in January of this year.
A source has contacted LeagueofIreland.ie to say that the 44 year old had applied for both roles and
Limerick FC Academy Director Willie John Boland has today been confirmed as Interim Manager of the senior side, and will make his debut in the dugout against St. Patrick’s Athletic this weekend. Speaking to LFC TV the former English Premier League midfielder reflected on the last few days.
“Initially it came
Limerick Football Club and Martin Russell have today parted company by mutual consent. Chairman Pat O’Sullivan and Marin Russell have released the following statements:
“The board and Martin had a meeting this morning. Following a discussion we mutually agreed to go our separate ways. The board and Martin subsequently met the
After a disappointing result against League leaders Cork on Friday evening, Limerick FC manager Martin Russell believes his squad can learn from the experience and push on, as the Super Blues adjust to life back in the Premier Division.
“We’re obviously disappointed with the result”, Russell said, speaking to LFC TV.
Limerick welcomed Cork City to the Marketsfield on Friday night on front of a bumper 3,000 crowd, supported by a massive Cork City contingent.
The home side took control early on and the first chance of the game fell to Rodrigo Tosi, a move down the right side ended
A repeat of the 2015 Relegation/Promotion play-off saw Limerick host Finn Harps at The Marketsfield. A healthy crowd of 1100 turned out at the Marketsfield despite a 2 p.m kick off.
The game started at a really slow tempo, with Limerick stringing passes around the back but with
Bohs picked up a surprise win in Limerick on Monday night. The visitors were the better team in the opening stages taking control of possession and spreading the ball nicely. Limerick had the first chance of the game though, a quick counter attack from Chedozie Ogbene, his cross found