Limerick FC goalkeeper Freddy Hall who is leaving the club
LIMERICK FC have confirmed that the club has ‘reluctantly’ accepted the decision of goalkeeper Freddy Hall to leave the club for ‘personal reasons’, after he expressed his wish to return home.
Bermudan international Hall joined Limerick FC in the summer of 2015.
He was a was a key figure in the Shannonsiders’ brave attempt to avoid relegation from the Premier Division that season, where they gathered 23 points in their final 12 games to move off the bottom of the Premier Division table, only to fall at the final hurdle in the playoff.
In more recent times Hall has fallen behind Brendan Clarke in the pecking order for gametime at Limerick.
In a statement, Limerick FC said Hall ‘has undoubtedly left his mark on the club, on and off the field, with his friendly approach particularly with our younger supporters appreciated by all.’
Following their excellent 1-0 away win over Sligo Rovers on Saturday night, Limerick FC play their first home fixture of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season this Saturday when Bohemians visit the Markets Field, 6.30pm.