Ogbene – “We have to stay positive. We have to move on – it’s how you react

Speaking to Limerick FC, winger Chiedozie Ogbene is looking ahead to Friday’s trip to Oriel Park.

In what has been a tumultuous few weeks for the club, Limerick FC’s Chiedozie Ogbene remains positive and is eager to put things right as soon as possible.

“We have to stay positive. We have to move on – it’s how you react. We’re going to put Derry behind us, train as hard as we can and carry on.”

The team have been back in training ahead to Friday’s trip to Oriel Park to face champions Dundalk.

You can listen to Ogbene’s chat with Limerick FC in full below. Audio credit Limerick FC.


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