Limerick FC set to reveal another new signing today

Limerick FC have been having some fun with fans on social media as they look set to announce their latest signing at some point today.

The Shannonsiders have wasted no time so far in the July transfer window, bringing in New Zealand capped winger Henry Cameron, a player who has previously worked under Neil McDonald at Blackpool.

Last evening, Limerick teased that there is a new arrival in town, and that all will be revealed this Monday.

It looks as though Limerick will try to get their business finished early this July, as they look to attempt to push on towards the European places.

Neil McDonald’s side currently sit in 6th place in the table, six points adrift of third spot, with a game in hand.


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