WATCH: Q&A with new Limerick FC boss

Neil McDonald got his first win as Limerick FC manager last night with a timely 2-1 victory over Bohemians in Dalymount Park. Rodrigo Tosi and a Bohs own goal sealed the victory for Limerick. McDonald will be pleased with the sides performance after seeing Limerick lose 3-0 at the weekend to reigning champions Dundalk FC.

Ahead of the Bohs game, McDonald took part in a Question and Answer session with Limerick FC fans. Limerick supporters will definitely be encouraged with his positive attitude as he feels that Limerick have a chance of qualifying for Europe.

When asked about the possibility of European football, McDonald replied,

“It is definitely possible that’s for sure”

Check out the video in full below, courtesy of Limerick FC.

SUPPORTERS Q&A (Part One): Listen in as Neil McDonald took questions from fans on Monday night ahead of yesterday evening's victory over Bohemians.

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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