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
Sligo Rovers welcome Bray Wanderers to The Showgrounds on Monday night in the SSE Airtricity League.
Rovers were 2-1 winners over the Seagulls earlier in the season and go into the game on the back of draws with St Patrick’s Athletic and Waterford FC.
In team news, Kyle Callan-McFadden, David Cawley and
The walk down to Tolka Park on Friday night to see Shelbourne take on Galway United gave my son Blaise and myself time to catch up with the good, the bad and the everything else of the week’s football.
The good had been Bray Wanderers’ marvellous win over Shamrock Rovers
Bray Wanderers have announced Graham Kelly as the clubs new manager following Dave Mackey's departure.
Kelly has been the clubs u19's manager along with video analyst in the past.
The Dubliner is a qualified UEFA A Licence Coach & was FAI Coach of the year in 2013.
He will face a tough opening
Bray Wanderers manager Dave Mackey has resigned as manager of the League of Ireland club.
Mackey was announced as the manager at the start of the season but with a bad start to the season, and the only point he won as manager was against his former club Dundalk the club
Kieran Sadlier scored against Bray Wanderers on Friday night for the League Champions Cork City to bring his tally to six league goals.
This goal from the midfielder shows why John Caulfield brought him in from Sligo Rovers.
2018 has started badly for Bray Wanderers and is shaping up to be a long hard season. Fans of the club are no strangers to long hard seasons, having endured many dark times before. For me, 2010 stands out as the darkest of the dark times.
The club shouldn’t have even
Snatch and Grab as Bohs take a huge three points against a much-improved Bray side in a battle of the bottom two.
Dinny Corcoran was the hero as his 91st minute winner broke the hearts of the visiting Bray Wanderers fans and players, who will count themselves unlucky not to
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