Billy Lee “A common sense approach is the best way forward”

The Limerick senior football manager agrees with the cancellation of all sporting events and says that a “common sense approach is the best way forward” in order for the country to overcome the Corona virus.

Listen to the interview in full on the link below.

Billy Lee "A Common Sense Approach Is The Best Way Forward"

The LimerickGAA senior football manager agrees with the cancellation of all sporting events and says that a "common sense approach is the best way forward" #SportLK #CoronaVirus

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Saturday, March 14, 2020

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