There were no draws in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this weekend. I had been hoping for at least one, namely Bray away in Limerick. Thinking about Bray’s survival prospects for the season during the week, I’d come up with a plan. We needed to see ourselves as members
As a Bray Wanderers fan, it sure hurt getting hit for six by Shamrock Rovers last Monday. I can empathize with the Limerick fans who saw Dundalk put eight past their team the following night. There’s nothing worse than being away from home and getting a thumping from one of
I’d picked out the ‘Quartet’ album by Ultravox as my CD for the journey to Bray to see the Wanderers versus St Patrick’s Athletic league game earlier on Friday [it’s not the one with ‘Vienna’ on it!]. It seemed like a suitable choice. There was due to be four
Bray Wanderers have announced the signing of goalkeeper Aaron Dillon from Blackburn Rovers.
Dillon formerly played for Galway United.
We're pleased to announce the signing of two goalkeepers. Aaron Dillon signs on loan from Blackburn Rovers. Joining Aaron at the club is goalkeeper Evan Moran who played in last Friday night's
Well the wait is over and the 2018 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division kicks off this coming weekend. 4 more sleeps, as my children would say coming up to Christmas.
Bray are away to Dundalk; Wanderers couldn’t have asked for a more difficult start. Dundalk have prepared well for the new
The Football Association of Ireland has concluded its investigation into alleged match-fixing surrounding the friendly match between Bray Wanderers FC and Waterford FC on Friday, September 8 at the Carlisle Grounds.
The investigation, which was conducted in addition with an investigation run by An Garda Siochana, has found that there was
Regular readers of this column will know that as well as supporting Bray Wanderers in the League of Ireland, I’m also a fan of Rochdale AFC in League One of the EFL. I receive a copy of the programme from each of their home games [because I contribute a
Bray Wanderers are in the starting blocks for the 2018 season, our 34th campaign in the League of Ireland, after a 0-0 pre-season draw with UCD at the Carlisle Grounds last Friday.
Dave Mackey used the game to unveil new goalkeeper Eric Donnelly, who has been drafted in to
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Peter Cherrie.
The 34-year-old goalkeeper joins having spent two and a half seasons with Bray Wanderers. Previous to that, he spent a number of years with Dundalk, where he won a league medal in 2014.
Speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, Cherrie said: “I met
Bray are back! We have a new manager, a squad of players and a budget for 2018. Pre-season training has started. Rumours of our demise have been greatly exaggerated, to quote Mark Twain. To all those who have been wondering if we’d survive, all I’ll say is ‘’See you in