After a shaky start to the season, Freddie Hall played an instrumental role in Limerick FC’s huge win over Bohs last night. The win pushes Limerick further ahead of Bohs and only two points behind Shamrock Rovers in 5th place.
Limerick travel to Donegal this Friday to play Finn Harps in a crunch clash. Harps lie bottom of the table but are only 6 points behind Limerick. The Treaty side will be anxious to avenge the loss in Donegal two years ago that condemned them to First Division football.
After the Bohs game, Hall spoke about the importance of the victory, saying “It’s a huge three points for morale,” which was new manager Neil McDonald’s first win as manager.
Hall is looking forward to traveling to Donegal looking to avenge the loss from two years ago. The Bermuda international says he and the team will be looking for “redemption.”
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