Limerick FC have been granted an extension of examinership of the club until December 13th following a hearing at Tralee Circuit Court today. The club entered examinership back in September.
Georoid Costello, who was representing the appointed examiner Conor Noone, told the court that Noone has been liaising with creditors, both footballing and non-footballing and is also in talks with up to eight potential investors who have shown an interest in the club.
It is believed that one of the potential investors has a keen interest in future investment in the club, while one party is due to meet with Noone in the coming days.
Initially, the club entered examinership for a 70 day period but after today’s appeal, it has been extended to 100 days. Conor Noone is due to publish his final report on the future of Limerick FC on December 12th.
Judge Francis Comerford granted the extension of examinership until December 13th and the full hearing will take place at Ennis Circuit Court on December 11th.