Super Blues 2019

#21

Pat O’Sullivan has pumped in a huge amount of his own money into Limerick. He gets fuck all credit for it, he’s hated in some parts.

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#22

He must conservatively have put in 3 or 4m

#23

I was talking to a fella at the weekend and he reckons 7 or 8m

they were spending savage money a month on buses out to Bruff for all the underage teams

#24

Nah up to 10 now

#25

I heard 3 . something million

#26

Correct

#27

He might get more kudos if he stopped giving so much to himself :see_no_evil:

#28

No big money to be made in LOI ,city are fan owned/ managed little leftover

#29

There’s no money at all to be made sure. But there’s been savage waste at Limerick as well. Personally I don’t think they use the little money they have very well. No promotion of the games etc. Rovers probably the only club with a sustainable business model and even then they were lucky to be handed a stadium. But to be fair to them they’ve been the best to embrace the academy model, get the community involved, promote themselves etc as well.

#30

Limerick FC need to rebrand.

Change to green and hop on the goodwill off the back of the GAA bandwagon.

#31

Limerick GAA already has a football team in the depths of mediocrity

#32

they are a good bit away from being mediocre

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#33

We can only dream

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#34

I didnt want to upset the West Linerick brigade

#35

City are in the black also,no money worries,though budget tighter this year FORAS runs a tight ship,fair dues my boy and 60+ made the long hike to Sligo yesterday,not back until 2.45,+city academy up n running including under 13s

#36

Good idea, we’re lucky in Cork most ppl following all the sports,but a huge deficit in numbers attending Cork footballers, Limerick soccer fans will turn out now that’ there’s a new business model

#37

In years to come there’s going to be a “Prime Time Investigates” about the money wasted at the club in recent times.

I don’t think these new “investors” are the great white knights that some would have you believe either…

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#38

I dont see what possible upside there is for them? It’s not like they can bleed the club of assets.

#39

Let’s just say in a cash business a football club wouldn’t be the worst way to dispose of certain monies.

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#40

A buddy of mine was suggesting the same last
night. The guy I linked to a few posts above supposed to be a bit dodgy

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