Treaty backer visits Limerick

ean O’Brien, Mark Scanlon (LOI director), Chuck Cosman, and Ciara McCormack at the Markets Field.

A KEY member of Tricor Pacific Capital, the Canadian Investment Firm which, along with club CEO Ciara McCormack, are owners of Treaty United, has visited Limerick.

During his time here, Chuck Cosman enjoyed the senior fixtures of the men’s and women’s teams at the weekend, both of which were at the Markets Field.

He also met with a range of stakeholders and interested parties both inside and outside the club including senior team coaching staff, academy coaches, volunteers, members, supporters, League of Ireland director Mark Scanlon, stadium partners LEDP, officials of Limerick City and County Council, Education and Training Boards and representatives from junior clubs.

“The experience has been inviting, friendly and warm. It has been educational and there is so much we can accomplish,” said Cosman before his departure.

“A club needs a home to be successful. Whether that’s Markets Field home, a place that looks like home, smells like home and tells the story of senior soccer in the region. Or whether it is training facilities that we can build around, where the academy can develop and produce a conveyor belt of wonderful young players from the Mid West.

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“I’m hopeful that in the not so distant future we can share some exciting progress and some exciting things that we know will be felt by the fans and by the community,” concluded Cosman.