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Dundalk keep up impressive run of form to see off Bray - Irish Times

Bray Wanderers 0 Dundalk 3. Dundalk's title might be as good as gone but their form since the break suggests that the top flight is still about the top two and everyone else. With Shamrock Rovers otherwise engaged, this was Bray's opportunity to make ...and more »

Bray question club's support as statement asks 'what's the point?' - RTE.ie

Bray Wanderers took the extraordinary step of issuing a press release at half-time in their Premier Division clash with Dundalk, which warned that the club's future could be at stake if attendances do not improve. The statement also addressed the sale ...and more »

How It Feels To Lose Your Club, From A Bray Wanderers Fan - Balls.ie

I fish out my old programmes, flicking through them to try and find the one I want. "Dammit", I say, cursing myself for not buying one for that particular match, the most memorable game from my time spent at the Carlisle Grounds. Why, oh why, did I not ...and more »

O'Connor offers no assurances about the future of Bray - RTE.ie

Chairman of Bray Wanderers Denis O'Connor says he is shocked by the numbers attending games in the Carlisle ground and refused to offer any assurances about the future of the club. "I'm not a magician, O'Connor told RTÉ Sport ahead of Friday's game ...and more »

"What's The Point?"- Bray Wanderers Chairman Release Ominous Statement On Club Finances - Balls.ie

High-flying Bray Wanderers played host to Dundalk at the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night as the club sat in third place behind the Lillywhites after a terrific upturn in form over the past year. Harry Kenny has done an outstanding job with the playing ...and more »

Bray Wanderers crisis deepens as players 'advised to find new clubs' - RTE.ie

The crisis enveloping Bray Wanderers has escalated with reports that players have been advised to look for new clubs as there is only money in the coffers to cover next week's wages. The startling revelation, made by players' association the PFAI ...and more »

Bray Wanderers Players Advised To Leave As Club Runs Out Of Money - Balls.ie

The situation at Bray Wanderers has been bleak for a while. With crowd numbers barely pushing over 500 at the Carlisle Grounds all season, chairman Denis O'Connor released a bizarre statement on Friday evening. In the said statement, he claimed that ...and more »

Bray Wanderers players told wages will only be covered until next week and that they can begin talking to other clubs - Independent.ie

Bray Wanderers players have been advised that they can begin talking to other clubs and that there is only enough money at the club to cover the next week's wages, according to the PFAI. The Professional Football Association of Ireland wrote on their ...and more »

Bray Wanderers release painfully honest statement following Dylan Connolly move - Irish Mirror

League of Ireland challengers Bray Wanderers have made an incredibly direct press release during their match with Dundalk following talismanic winger Dylan Connolly's move to the League champions earlier in the week. Club Chairman Denis O'Connor ...and more »

''The darkest hour is just before dawn'' A fans take on the Bray Wanderers situation - LeagueofIreland.ie

Bray Wanderers AFC has seen many dark days over the years, particularly in recent times as the club has struggled during the austerity years. Just when we seemed to have light at the end of the tunnel though, it looks like we have entered our darkest ...and more »