WATCH – Limerick FC Chairman Pat O’Sullivan reveals plans to sell majority share in club

Pat O’Sullivan has been speaking at Limerick’s training facility at Bruff about the future plans of the club, he has stated that he will need to allow investors to either buy shares, or purchase the club outright if Limerick are to achieve their goal of challenging for a European place.

He has also addressed the departure of manager Neil McDonald who joined up with Scunthorpe last week.

O’Sullivan speaks about Limerick FC’s community projects, Markets Field, Bruff and the academy since taking over in 2009


Pat O'Sullivan has been speaking from our facility at Bruff about the future plans of the club. He has also taken the opportunity to highlight the development of the Senior Team, Community Projects, Markets Field, Bruff and the Academy since taking over in 2009.

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Thursday, January 11, 2018

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