LISTEN: Adrian Finnin looks back on 2017 and ahead to the new campaign

Limerick FC fans endured a turbulent 2017 that saw a change in manager, numerous personnel changes, a relegation fight and a cup semi final. Limerick turned in a credible performance against Cork City in the semi final but a 1-0 win sent the eventual champions through to the final.

Despite surrendering a 2-0 lead to Galway at the Markets Field, the point was ultimately enough to preserve Limerick’s existence in the 2018 Airtricity Premier Division.

A rather quiet off season on the signings front and with the pre season fast approaching, Limerick FC fans have been getting a bit anxious of late.

Sporting Limerick’s Adrian Finnin goes through some of the ups and downs of last year and takes a look ahead to 2018.

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  1. Anonymous on January 5, 2018 at 9:25 pm