Limerick FC Gamers Threaten Strike Motion Over Unpaid Wages
Limerick FC gamers have outlined that they’ve “no different possibility” however to threaten the membership with strike motion over unpaid wages and bills.
The First Division membership additionally skilled monetary points final season and have been struggling to fulfill their commitments to the squad this season, with midfielder Sean Russell outlining in an interview with Off The Ball that he has been left personally answerable for a invoice of €4,500 for a vital operation.
Limerick gamers at present issued an announcement by way of the PFAI’s web site outlining that that they had unanimously voted for strike motion ought to they fail to obtain future funds from the membership.
“It has been nicely documented over a protracted time period, the late fee and participant welfare points which we as gamers have skilled at Limerick FC.
“We met with our representatives, the PFA Eire, two weeks in the past to precise our frustration and we have now determined as a group to take the choice to poll for strike motion at present. This poll returned a unanimous verdict and we are going to now serve strike discover on the membership and if funds which fall due sooner or later are additionally not honoured then we can have no possibility however to take the final resort of occurring strike.
“We’ve got acquired quite a few false guarantees so far of fee schedules from the membership with the newest telling us that our wages/bills for April might be paid on 23 Might, three weeks late.
“There are nonetheless excellent wages and bills on account of some gamers for March and presently the gamers are paying their very own physio payments. The gamers are additionally fearing what is going to occur to them in the event that they maintain any severe harm and if the suitable rehab/ operation might be out there to them.
“We hope the supporters, gamers and different golf equipment will recognize that this motion will solely be taken if we’re left with no different possibility.”
Limerick presently sit fifth within the First Division desk as they search for a right away return to the highest flight following final campaigns relegation.