Limerick FC Captain Shane Duggan speaks ahead of Pats clash

Limerick FC Captain Shane Duggan speaks ahead of vital Pats clash

Ahead of tonight’s crucial game against St Pats, Shane Duggan explains how Limerick FC have prepared for the game. With the departure of Martin Russell, Duggan acknowledges that it has been a “hectic week” but believes the players are well prepared for the task against Pats.

It will be new manager, Willie Boland’s first game in charge as he looks to push Limerick up the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. Limerick find themselves in 8th position in the table, just a point above the relegation places, so Boland will be well aware of the task ahead. Video Courtesy of Limerick Football Club.

 

CAPTAIN'S VIEW: We've prepared well this week for it and we're going up there trying to get the three points.We got the thoughts of Shane Duggan ahead of our trip to Richmond Park to take on St. Pats tomorrow evening.

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Thursday, April 6, 2017

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