You may have seen the debate in the news about teaching History in schools last week. A draft of a report that the National Council for Curriculum Education [NCCA] will be debating next month was leaked. The draft doesn’t recommend any change to the status quo as regards teaching History
Bray may have lost heavily at Dalymount Park on Friday night but it was great just to see them on the pitch, the players having been paid all monies owed and the threat of strike action withdrawn. Hopefully there will be no further reoccurrence of the events of the last
Martin Russell – Statement
Due to the constraints and unrealistic circumstances that have unfolded in recent times at Bray Wanderers FC, it is with deep regret that I have made the decision to resign as manager.
I would like to thank all the staff, supporters and players for their efforts whilst at
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
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
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
So Bray finished sixth for the second year in a row. A narrow defeat in Cork coupled with the expected Bohemians victory over Finn Harps meant Bohemians pipped us for fifth right at the finishing line.
Sixth is no disgrace but for a while this year it looked like we would
Friday night went according to plan in some respects, but not in others. Bray Wanderers did their job, getting a magnificent win that kept them in fifth place ahead of Bohemians [who produced an equally-magnificent win over Dundalk]. The battle for fifth goes down to the wire.
Unfortunately, Storm Brian disrupted
Growing up in Bray, I didn’t associate Kilkenny with hurling, but with soccer, strange as that might seem. Bray Wanderers were my team and I supported them in their Leinster Senior League days as well as after their promotion to the League of Ireland when it was expanded to include
Where else could I start this week’s column but with the press releases that came out of Bray Wanderers at the back end of last week. You have all read them, I don’t need to analyse them here. They were an attention grab, a bit of kite flying, a PR