Limerick FC owner Pat O’Sullivan was heavily critical of the Football Association at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin today.
According to Paul O’Hehir, Football Correspondent for the Irish Daily Mirror who attended today’s AGM, O’Sullivan spoke on several occasions at the meeting.
Also, the owner of the soon to be liquidated Munster Football Club Limited, was insistant that the club be granted a meeting with the association, further adding that he will not leave without a fight.
At the beginning of this month, it was confirmed that Limerick FC’s long tenure in Irish senior soccer was due to end as the period of examinsership granted to the club ended unsuccessfully.
Despite several parties declaring an interest in saving the football club, examiner Conor Noone revealed that none of the interested parties had dealt with him in the appropriate manner in order to gain an Airtricity League licence.
Therefore, with debts over €490,000, a liquidator is due to appointed to the Shannonsiders.
It was a difficult night for the FAI who faced many questions in relation to the financial state of the organisation and the possibility of the Football Association of Ireland being liquidated. The FAI issued an apology to all those involved in football at any level in the country for the mistakes made in the past.