Former Limerick FC goalkeeper Jack Brady completed his move to newly promoted Premier Division side Shelbourne this week.
The 22 year put in a string of very impressive performances for the Shannonsiders in the First Division last year and featured on 27 occasions in the league.
The former Longford Town goalkeeper grew up with Shelbourne in their underage system and also played for the club in the 2015 Airtricity League First Division season.
The netminder was happy to re-join the club and praised the approach from Shelbourne behind the scenes but admits a lot had to be considered before the move was completed.
“It was a long time in the making. I am teaching and living in Limerick as well so a lot of things had to be sorted out. I ended up having to source a school in Dublin which Shelbourne helped out with. That was the main thing for me.
Shelbourne are very practical and are going full-time with the investment gone in. They are helping players to move into proper careers. Shels are going full time but in the evening times to allow players to work during the day.
Brady speaks in great detail about his experience at Limerick FC and his hopes that the club can survive a turbulent period. He also praises Tommy Barrett and his former teammates for helping him throughout his time at the club.
To listen to the full interview, click on the link below.