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Limerick FC emerge victorious in eight goal thriller at the Markets Field

By Adrian Finnin / June 2, 2017 /

Limerick FC and Bray Wanderers produced a goal fest at the Markets Field on Friday night as Limerick won 5-3 thanks to a first-half brace by Chiedozie Ogbene and goals from Rodrigo Tosi, Bastien Hery and Dean Clarke. Bray scored through Ryan Brennan, Aaron Greene and a penalty by Gary McCabe. The attacking flair and…

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Limerick welcome third-placed Bray Wanderers to the Markets Field

By Adrian Finnin / June 2, 2017 /

Limerick FC entertain Bray Wanderers on Friday night at the Markets Field with the aim of consolidating their top-half position before the mid-season break while also staying away from the relegation zone (kick-off 7.45 pm). Bray lie in third placed and are seven points better off than Limerick. However, both sides have been in poor…

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Limerick suffer defeat at the hands of Finn Harps

By Adrian Finnin / May 27, 2017 /

Limerick FC succumbed to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Finn Harps at Finn Park on Friday night. First-half goals from Danny Morrissey, Ciaran O’Connor and Caolan McAleer provided Ollie Horgan’s men with the victory. Lee-J Lynch and Paul O’Conor scored for Limerick but it was not enough to prevent defeat. There was plenty…

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Limerick face tough assignment against Finn Harps in Donegal

By Adrian Finnin / May 26, 2017 /

Limerick FC travel to Finn Park, Ballybofey on Friday night to take on Finn Harps in the Airtricity League Premier Division (kick-off 8pm). No Limerick supporter needs to be reminded of the club’s recent history in Ballybofey. In November 2015, goals from Michael Funston and an extra-time header from BJ Banda relegated the Super Blues…

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Limerick emerge victorious from Bohemians clash

By Adrian Finnin / May 23, 2017 /

Neil McDonald picked up his first victory as Limerick FC manager as the Shannonsiders defeated Bohemians 1-2 at Dalymount Park. Goals from top scorer Rodrigo Tosi and an own goal by Dan Byrne secured the victory for the Super Blues in a vital game. Limerick started brightly and a deep cross by Lee-J Lynch was…

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Limerick travel to Phibsboro to take on Bohemians

By Adrian Finnin / May 23, 2017 /

Bohemians entertain Limerick FC at Dalymount Park on Tuesday night with the aim of overtaking the Shannonsiders in the table with a victory (kick-off 7.45 pm). The Gypsies lie in seventh place on 16 points with Limerick one place and one point better off. Neil McDonald’s opening game in charge of Limerick certainly did not…

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Limerick defeated in Neil McDonald’s first game in charge

By Adrian Finnin / May 19, 2017 /

It was a frustrating night for Neil McDonald as 10-man Limerick slumped to a 3-0 home defeat. Dundalk eased past Limerick as Neil McDonald’s tenure in charge of the Super Blues began in disappointing fashion. Two goals from Dave McMillan and a late Sean Gannon goal provided Stephen Kenny’s men with the result. In an opening…

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Limerick FC entertain champions Dundalk in McDonald’s first game

By Adrian Finnin / May 19, 2017 /

Neil McDonald will take charge of Limerick FC for the first time when his new side face Dundalk at the Markets Field on Friday night (kick-off 7.45 pm). The new Limerick manager will have to plan without suspended right-back Shaun Kelly. Shane Tracy remains doubtful. There are no other notable injury concerns for the coaching…

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Neil McDonald appointed as new Limerick FC manager

By Adrian Finnin / May 18, 2017 /

Neil McDonald confirmed as new Limerick FC boss. Limerick FC have confirmed that former Blackpool and Carlisle manager Neil McDonald will be the club’s new manager. McDonald has signed a 2 and half year deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2019 season. Limerick FC chairman Pat O’Sullivan announced…

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McDonald and Watson on Limerick FC managerial shortlist

By Adrian Finnin / May 16, 2017 /

Experienced coach Neil McDonald and Ex-Newcastle defender Steve Watson are front runners for Limerick FC job. McDonald last managed Blackpool in League One in 2015. The club were relegated to League 2 under McDonald. However, he is remembered more for his various coaching roles at Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers and Hull City. McDonald had a close…

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