Freddy Hall has left Limerick for “personal reasons” the club confirmed on Monday.
The 32-year-old goalkeeper, who is a Bermuda international, joined the Shannonsiders in 2015 and spent three seasons at the club.
“Limerick FC have reluctantly accepted the decision of goalkeeper Freddy Hall to leave the club for personal reasons, after he expressed his wish to return home,” a club statement said.
“The Bermuda native has been an extremely popular figure since joining Limerick in the summer of 2015 and 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.
👏 THANK YOU! Limerick FC have reluctantly accepted the decision of goalkeeper Freddy Hall to leave the club for personal reasons, after he expressed his wish to return home. pic.twitter.com/71RPGRTGxG
— Limerick FC (@LimerickFCie) February 19, 2018
“We place on record our sincere thanks to Freddy for the role he has played in our club, and we send our very best wishes to Freddy and his young family in their future.”
Prior to his arrival at Limerick, Hall spent time at Toronto FC in Major League Soccer as well as enjoying stints at a number of lower league clubs in England.
Despite suffering relegation in 2015 he remained at the club for the 2016 season and helped them earn a return to the Premier Division for the 2017 season. However, his first-team appearances last season were limited and he played just 10 league games.