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Bray Wanderers’ Players Up For Sale As Club Unable To Pay Wages

Bray Wanderers announced on Tuesday that all of their players will be up for sale due to the fact that they are currently unable to pay their players’ wages. 

Bray, who are rooted to the bottom of the Premier Division, and suffered a 2-1 defeat to fellow relegation rivals Limerick on Friday at the Market’s Field, are the latest club in the league to suffer from financial difficulty.

The club have stated that they cannot guarantee wages to their players for the remainder of the season and as such, will listen to offers so that those players can secure employment elsewhere.

Bray Wanderers have reluctantly decided to listen to offers for any of their players. Given the club’s inability to guarantee wages until the end of the season, it’s only fair to give the players an opportunity to secure employment elsewhere.

The situation could change overnight but until such time as it does we will listen to all offers and make decisions on a case by case basis.

We wish them the best of luck in their endeavours to secure new contracts elsewhere.
Gerry Mulvey
(Chairman)

It also seems that the statement was released before the players were notified.

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