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Finn Harps are triumphant as Limerick FC are relegated

Limerick FC were relegated to the Airtricity League First Division as they suffered a 0-2 defeat against Finn Harps at the Markets Field. The Donegal outfit won the tie 0-3 on aggregate as they defeat Limerick in the play offs for the second time in ...

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Limerick Leader

Dark night for Limerick FC with relegation heartbreak

LIMERICK'S hopes of retaining their SSE Airtricity League Premier Division status to a third successive season ended in crushing disappointing as the Blues suffered a bitterly disappointing 3-0 aggregate defeat to Finn Harps at the Markets Field before ...

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Limerick Leader

Limerick FC secure important win over Bray Wanderers at the Markets Field

LIMERICK PICKED UP their biggest win of the season as they moved nine points clear of fellow relegation strugglers Bray Wanderers at the foot of the table. Tommy Barrett has been hamstrung by departures due to financial strain at the football club, and ...

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Irish Mirror

New York break reminds Shamrock Rovers star Joel Coustrain of his Limerick roots

Joel Coustrain was strolling around Yankee Stadium in New York last Tuesday when he got an unexpected slap in the head. Up to that point he had been minding his own business queueing up with thousands of other fans for that night's MLB tussle with the ...

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Limerick Leader

Limerick FC player wages 'up to date' as Shamrock Rovers come to town

Players and coaching staff at Limerick FC were called into a meeting before their last home league fixture with Bohemians where financial difficulties were discussed and players were informed that the finances weren't available to pay wages owed for ...

- Limerick Leader

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Problems For LOI And FAI As Limerick FC Wages Unpaid And Players Free To Leave

Relegation-threatened Limerick FC are reported to be in crisis after their entire playing squad were informed they can leave the club because wages continue to go unpaid. Per the Irish Mirror, club officials informed the squad of the news of last night ...

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Limerick Leader

BREAKING: Limerick FC's Brendan Clarke confirms players will be allowed to leave

Limerick FC goalkeeper Brendan Clarke has confirmed that the club owe the entire squad wages for the month of May and that officials insisted they won't get in the way of players leaving should they receive an offer. The Shannonsiders drew 1-1 against ...

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Irish Mirror

Exclusive: Limerick FC face max exodus after clubs fails to pay player wages

Exclusive: Limerick FC face max exodus after clubs fails to pay player wages. Club officials broke the disappointing news to players immediately after last night's 1-1 draw with Bohemians. Share; Comments. By. Paul O'Hehir. 08:23, 2 JUN 2018. Sport.

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Limerick Leader

Reports suggest Limerick FC players 'free to leave' club

THERE are reports that Limerick FC's players have been told they are 'free to leave' the club due to an issue surrounding the payment of wages. The Limerick Leader's Colm Kinsella exclusively reported this week that the players were due to be paid on ...

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Independent.ie

Casey rescues Gypsies

Limerick FC - Clarke; Kelly (Tracy 63), Wearen, Whitehead, Cantwell; Clifford; Fitzgerald (K O'Sullivan 76), Maguire, Duggan, Kearns (Walsh-O'Loghlen 81); M O'Sullivan. Bohemians - Supple; Pender, Cornwall, Casey, Morris; Byrne (Kirk 46), Watts; ...

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Limerick Leader

Limerick denied first home win since March by Bohs late on

LIMERICK FC were denied their first home win since early March after Bohemians struck for a dramatic late equaliser in a nail-biting 1-1 draw in SSE Airtricity League Premier Division clash played at the Markets Field on Friday night. Barry Maguire's ...

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Limerick Leader

Limerick host 'the Gypsies' in vital Premier Division tie

LIMERICK FC manager Tommy Barrett admits his side need to convert good performances into precious points ahead of Bohemians' crunch visit to the Markets Field this Friday, 7.45pm. Relegation-threatened Limerick sit in ninth-placed in the SSE Airtricity ...

- Limerick Leader