Brudair steps down
Published 23/08/2016 | 02:30
Limerick are on the hunt for a new football manager after John Brudair stepped down.
Brudair had been in charge for three seasons but the Limerick County Board confirmed yesterday that he would not be seeking another term.
"John has given sterling service to Limerick Football over the past three seasons," read the statement.
"CLG Coiste Chontae Luimní and Coiste Peil Luimní would like to thank John and his Management team for their dedication to Limerick Football.
"We would like to wish John, his Management team and their families to very best in the future."
Brudair took charge of the Limerick footballers after Maurice Horan stepped down at the end of the 2013 campaign.
Limerick failed to gain much traction this summer. They lost out to Clare in the Munster SFC and recovered to see off Antrim in the qualifiers before Cork defeated them in the round 2B in July.
They also suffered relegation to Division 4 in the spring having just drawn one game of their seven fixtures.