2018 has started badly for Bray Wanderers and is shaping up to be 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
Two soccer jerseys that I saw last week impressed me enormously, and in a roundabout way they are connected. The first one was the away jersey of Dutch Eerste Divisie [First Division] side SC Telstar; the small black and white squares make it look like the logo from the old
Fans of Bray Wanderers went home happy last Friday night. Joe Doyle and Paul Keegan had scored. Two wins out of two and top of the First Division. A huge travelling support the week before in Cabinteely had been followed up by a packed Carlisle Grounds for the visit of
I was thinking of getting the DART to the first-ever El DARTico on Friday, but Blaise vetoed the idea. The idea of the walk to and from the station before and after the game didn’t appeal to him. So we found ourselves in the unique situation of driving to the
Bray Wanderers have announce the signing of Dylan McGlade for the upcoming season.
McGlade was at Longford Town last season and was the clubs player of the year along with being named in the PFAI First Division team of the year.
The club announced Adam Hayden and Joe Doyle also.
Bray Wanderers have announced the signing of midfielder Paul Keegan for the upcoming season.
Keegan was with Waterford last season and has experience in he UK with Doncaster Rovers.
The club have also announced the signings of Sean Heaney and Derek Daly.
Former Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny has been named the new St Patrick’s Athletic manager for he 2019 season.
More to follow
So the relegation of Bray Wanderers from the Premier Division after 14 consecutive seasons was officially confirmed after Saturday’s loss in Sligo.
We’ve been relegated before. Since our ascension to the League of Ireland in 1985 we have also been relegated in 1988, 1993, 1997, 1999 and 2003. We’ve always bounced
Friday night was many things. For starters it was Culture Night, and my daughter Elizabeth was singing at an event in Dublin so I wasn’t able to get out to Bray to see Wanderers take on Limerick in a game we needed to win. Friday was also REM Day [the
The sweet was the ice-cream that we got free with our match tickets on entering the Carlisle Grounds on Friday. I think only the kids were meant to get one, but Carol-Ann and I ended up with free ones too as well as the three children, which was fine by