A SIPTU representative will meet with the players of Limerick FC in Limerick City at 12 noon today (Tuesday, 17th July) to discuss the possibility of balloting union members in relation to a pay dispute at the club. SIPTU Sport Sector Organiser, Denis Hynes, said: “SIPTU representatives and those of our affiliate, the Professional Footballers Association of Ireland (PFAI), have been liaising closely with our members at Limerick FC. It is a completely unacceptable situation that these players have been left without the wages due to them for several weeks.” He added: “I will be discussing the situation with our members in Limerick FC and PFAI representatives. Following this we will consider balloting for industrial action, up to and including strike action. I have also written to the chairman of Limerick FC requesting an urgent meeting.”