Caretaker manager Graham Kelly has departed Bray Wanderers after four years involved with the club.
Kelly had a number of various roles at Bray Wanderers before stepping into as caretaker manager following the resignation of Martin Russell last month.
A huge thank you to everyone who I have had the pleasure to work with over the past four years @BrayWanderers, Staff, Players and of course the loyal supporters, It's been one unbelievable experience 💚 pic.twitter.com/dJ3NjEucXP
— Graham Kelly (@grahamkelly1888) August 7, 2018
It follows weeks of controversy off-the-pitch for the club with missed wages payments leading to strike action which was eventually halted when wages were received. The club has also undergone a change in ownership of late.
In a statement Kelly thanked the fans and players and said that he intends to apply for the Uefa Pro Licence with the hope of managing in the League of Ireland once again.
Bray have since appointed Gary Cronin as the club’s new manager.