It is with great regret that we release this statement.
We had sincerely hoped that we could resolve the unsatisfactory payment situation at the club, but despite weeks of negotiations by the PFA Ireland on our behalf, these efforts have proven fruitless.
It is now seven weeks (25th May 2018), since we
Never afraid to give an honest and frank opinion, however strong it may be, RTE pundit and former Bray Wanderers player, Alan Cawley called for the crisis hit County Wicklow side to be kicked out of the league when speaking on last nights Between the Stripes LOI podcast.
Having enjoyed two
If Bray Wanderers stay up this year it will surely rank as the greatest escape by a club famous for pulling off great escapes. Is what was seemingly impossible after ten games – the club only had a single point, from an unlikely opening-day draw with Dundalk – now a
Bray Wanderers are delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Russell as 1st team manager.
Martin has been assisting Graham Kelly in an advisory capacity since he took on the role of caretaker manager.
We would also like to thank Graham for his huge contribution to the club and look forward to
Cork City welcome Bray Wanderers to Turner’s Cross on Friday night, with John Caulfield’s side aiming to continue their good home form.
City have a 100% record there this season; their 2-1 win against Limerick in their last home outing marked the first time this season that an away team has
Derry City suffered their first defeat tonight in the new Brandywell as former manager Stephen Kenny and his Dundalk side eased to a 4-1 victory.
Goals from Michael Duffy, Brian Gartland, Krisztian Adorjan and Robbie Benson helped Dundalk to victory after Darren Cole put Derry City ahead.
Waterford's title challenge took a
Waterford FC are back in Premier Division action this Monday when they face Bray Wanderers in the Carlisle Grounds in a fixture that's been postponed twice this season already.
Both postponements were due to snow, but the Blues did pick up all three points when the sides met last month in the RSC. Faysel
Keith Long has challenged Bohemians to build on last week's win away to Sligo Rovers and make it back-to-back league victories for the first time this season.
They travel to face a resurgent Bray Wanderers side who have already taken scalps at the Carlisle Grounds against Derry City and Shamrock Rovers
Sligo Rovers defeated Bray Wanderers 2-1 at the Showgrounds to condemn the Seagulls to their fourth defeat in five games and lift themselves up the table.
Goals from Jack Keaney and Eduardo Pinceli were the difference for the Bit 'o red as Gerard Lyttle's side went into the break 2-0 at
I got to two League of Ireland games this weekend; Bray on Friday for the visit of Limerick in the Premier Division and Cabinteely on Saturday for the visit of Athlone Town in the First Division. The two games were both meant to be on Friday night but Cabinteely rescheduling