Limerick FC can confirm the signing of striker Danny Morrissey, who spent the past season at Finn Harps, as manager Neil McDonald continues his squad-building for 2018.
The 23-year-old forward was previously at his hometown club Cork City where he made over 60 Premier Division appearances, while playing the leading role
A four-goal draw was played out in the Markets field on Friday night. A Rodrigo Tosi penalty and a Chiedozie Ogbene finish looked to have given Limerick the full points but a second half comeback from Galway thanks to an Eoghan McCormack penalty and a Ronan Murray strike.
After a twenty
Tony Whitehead is hoping for a repeat performance as Limerick look to move within touching distance of safety when they tackle Saint Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park on Saturday evening, kick-off 5pm.
The 21-year-old centre-half finally opened his goalscoring account – in his fifth season in the first team – with
Finn Harps travelled to Limerick for the second time in 6 days and put that loss behind to defeat Limerick 2-0. Goals in either half from Tommy McBride and Danny Morrissey secured the win for Harps.
Limerick started the game straight on the front foot and had 2 great chances in
Shamrock Rovers took all 3 points at the Markets Field on Tuesday evening. Goals from Dave McAllister and Captain Ronan Finn secured the win for Rovers.
Limerick got off to a flyer and had a great chance to open the scoring 22 seconds into play. Good work from Chiedozie Ogbene and
Derry City moved one step closer to European qualification yesterday afternoon as the in-form Candystripes dismantled a lacklustre Limerick side at Maginn Park.
Early first half goals from Barry McNamee, Rory Patterson and a second half strike from Ben Doherty gave the Candystripes all three points and a comfortable third place
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
Limerick FC have today at a club press conference announced Neil McDonald as their new manager.
McDonald has been given the task to take over the Munster side and drive them up the table and challenge for European places which is the expected target from the club.
The Englishman managed three clubs