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Boland prepares Blues for Derry City

Boland prepares Blues for Derry City

| April 25, 2017

LIMERICK FC interim manager Willie Boland takes his Limerick side to Maginn Park tonight to face Derry City on the back of a three game unbeaten run in the SSE Airtricty Premier Division. Having scored 5 goals and conceded none in the games against St. Pat’s and Drogheda United, Limerick were held to a draw […]

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In Pics – Limerick FC lose out to Cork City in EA Sports Cup

In Pics – Limerick FC lose out to Cork City in EA Sports Cup

| April 19, 2017

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Limerick FC facing two big games

Limerick FC facing two big games

| April 15, 2017

LIMERICK FC’s first match following the managerial reign of Martin Russell resulted in an impressive 2-0 win away to St Patrick’s Athletic in Inchicore last Friday. Under the interim management of Willie Boland, the Super Blues collected the points at Richmond Park to climb to fifth in the Premier Division. Limerick hit the front on […]

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Boland confirmed as Interim Manager of Limerick FC

Boland confirmed as Interim Manager of Limerick FC

| April 5, 2017

LIMERICK FC Academy Director Willie John Boland has today been confirmed as Interim Manager of the senior side, and will make his debut in the dugout against St. Patrick’s Athletic this weekend. Speaking to LFC TV the former English Premier League midfielder reflected on the last few days. “Initially it came as a bit of […]

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Limerick FC and Martin Russell ‘part company’

Limerick FC and Martin Russell ‘part company’

| April 3, 2017

LIMERICK Football Club and Martin Russell have today parted company by mutual consent. Chairman Pat O’Sullivan and Marin Russell have released the following statements: “The board and Martin had a meeting this morning. Following a discussion we mutually agreed to go our separate ways. The board and Martin subsequently met the players to inform them […]

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Limerick FC set for Munster derby

Limerick FC set for Munster derby

| March 30, 2017

FOR the first time since it reopened nearly two years ago, Markets Field will host the hotly anticipated Munster derby between Limerick FC and Cork City when the teams clash on Friday night in Garryowen (kick-off 7:45pm). The Super Blues will be the latest team to try and end Cork’s perfect start to the season, […]

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Super Blues travel to Bray

Super Blues travel to Bray

| March 23, 2017

LIMERICK FC needed a Rodrigo Tosi header to avoid a third consecutive defeat last Saturday, the Brazilian’s second half equaliser ensuring a 1-1 draw against Finn Harps in a bad-tempered encounter at Markets Field. A mistake by Freddy Hall gifted Sean Houston with the opening goal for the Donegal visitors midway through the first half, […]

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Limerick FC’s Russell left frustrated by recent results

Limerick FC’s Russell left frustrated by recent results

| March 15, 2017

LIMERICK manager Martin Russell has been left frustrated by his side’s recent results in the Premier League. Two 1-0 defeats to Dundalk and Bohemians have left the Dublin native lamenting his sides luck, believing that Limerick Fc had done enough to get something from both games. Limerick looked a frustrated side in their efforts to […]

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Limerick FC battle bravely in defeat to Dundalk – by David Byrne

Limerick FC battle bravely in defeat to Dundalk – by David Byrne

| March 11, 2017

AN EARLY contender for goal of the season from Dundalk’s Patrick McEleney was the difference between the County Louth side and Limerick FC at Oriel Park on Friday night. Despite the result, Martin Russell’s side can take many positives from the game as they battled well throughout but in the end, Stephen Kenny’s men did […]

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Limerick FC must return to Derry as match abandoned – by David Byrne

Limerick FC must return to Derry as match abandoned – by David Byrne

| March 6, 2017

LIMERICK FC’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture with Derry City at Maginn Park, Buncrana on Friday night had to be abandoned because of floodlight failure. The Super Blues had started brightly when Dean Clarke put his side ahead after six minutes before Ronan Curtis equalised 12 minutes later at the rain-soaked venue. Derry were […]

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