Limerick part ways with Martin Russell

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

Martin Russell: “I’m confident in the group that we can get plenty of wins and have a good season still.”

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.

'Our group deserves to be playing in the Premier Division' – Martin Russell

  Limerick manager Martin Russell believes his team have shown they “deserve to be playing in the Premier Division” with their displays over recent months, and he hopes they can “keep performance levels high” in a crunch clash in Galway this weekend. The Shannonsiders make the trip to face Galway United at

Martin Russell: 'Everyone has those dreams of getting far'.

Limerick manager Martin Russell says his side will be “no different” to any other as they dream of FAI Cup glory, with the first hurdle coming at Bray Wanderers in the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night (kick-off 7.45pm). The Shannonsiders – without a win in 14 Premier Division games this season