Neil McDonald takes first Limerick FC training session

Neil McDonald puts his team through their paces at his first training session.

After finally being confirmed as Limerick boss, Neil McDonald took his first training session with the players this afternoon along with Willie Boland, Joe Gamble, and Eddie Hickey.

Let’s hope the team can turn in a good performance against champions Dundalk tomorrow night.

Video courtesy of Limerick FC.

TRAINING: New First-Team Manager Neil McDonald is currently taking his first training session with the players this afternoon, along with Willie Boland, Joe Gamble, and Eddie Hickey.

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Thursday, May 18, 2017

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