Limerick FC's Sean Russell has once more given an insight into his on going battle with the club surrounding a €4,500 outstanding medical bill. The player injured his knee earlier this season in a 2-0 win over Athlone Town at the Markets Field. The cruciate injury has ruled him out for the season. The player informed 98fm that the club owed him the money and that he had not received any rehab for the injury since.
In another sensational twist, Russell confirmed, once more to 98fm's Jamie Moore, that he got a text from a Limerick club representative saying there is a solicitors letter on it's way to him.
"I Received A Text Saying There Is A Solicitors Letter On It's Way (From Limerick)" - @Russell__Sean— 98FM (@98FM) May 15, 2019
The Dubliner, who plays for @LimerickFCie, has given another exclusive to our @JamieMooreSport on our #OTBLOIPodcast, this ongoing story does not get any better... pic.twitter.com/YeZhCZ2saY
Russell, son of former Limerick FC manager Martin, admitted that he has received huge support from physios, players and fans around the league as well as the manager and players still at Limerick FC.
For the full audio, see tweet above.