Martin Russell – Statement Due to the constraints and unrealistic circumstances that have unfolded in recent times at Bray Wanderers FC, it is with deep regret that I have made the decision to resign as manager. I would like to thank all the staff, supporters and players for their efforts whilst at
Martin Russell was named as manager and Gary Rogers goalkeeping coach for the PFAI Training Camp. There will be 12 sessions up until the first week of January with two of these sessions being games. The opposition and venues will be communicated out when confirmed. Martin Russell commented,”I’m looking forward to getting
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 FC have confirmed that Martin Russell has signed a deal to stay as manager of the Munster side for the 2017 season ahead. Russell, who guided Limerick back to the Premier Division at first attempt last season was being talked about for other roles including Shamrock Rovers. However, Russell has signed
Manager Martin Russell wants supporters to come out and “celebrate the fact that we are back in the Premier Division”, with runaway Champions Limerick set to be presented with the SSE Airtricity League First Division trophy at Saturday’s match with Drogheda United at the Markets Field. PLEASE NOTE KICK-OFF IS
Here are Leagueofireland.ie's top three contenders to take the Shamrock Rovers hotseat following the departure of Pat Fenlon yesterday Ian Baraclough Ian Baraclough is well known in League of Ireland circles as of his success at Sligo Rovers. He Led Sligo Rovers to their first League of Ireland Premier Division title in 35