Well it couldn’t go on forever. The Wanderers train finally got derailed on Friday last in Ballybofey. It was a big ask, to travel such a long distance and get something from the game against a resurgent Finn Harps fighting to keep their heads out of the shark-infested relegation
Trevor Croly has today been officially announced as the new Bray Wanderers Manager on a three year deal.
He has brought in former Dundalk & St Patricks Athletic assistant manager John Gill as his assistant whom was his own assistant at Shamrock Rovers in 2014.
It should be music to the ears
After being sacked from Shamrock Rovers last year Croly has been very low key minus a few media appearances on Soccer Republic and Off the Ball.
There are some rumours circulating around social media that Trevor Croly is going to make a return to management to take over as Bray Wanderers
With the announcement that Borussia Dortmund are to lose their successful manager Jurgen Klopp there are many rumours around the South East that Klopp is in talks with Bray Wanderers following the departure of Alan Mathews.
A source has told LeagueofIreland.ie that there is just one issue holding back the deal
Is Alan Mathews about to make a sensational return to Bray Wanderers even though just two weeks ago he and all his backroom staff left the club citing wages as the reasoning behind the departure?
According to a report in The Irish Mirror today Alan Matthews could be reinstated as Manager