By: William O’Toole
New Bray Wanderers Manager Trevor Croly has admitted that he would love to bring Damien Duff to Bray.
Speaking Today, after he was appointed as Wanderers new manager, Croly said that he would love to bring Duff to the Carlisle grounds in the summer, if he was interested.
There has been speculation that Duff has already held talks with the club about a possible switch to the seaside but it is understood that those talks were tied up in the proposed takeover of the club by the McGettigan Group which collapsed today.
Shortly after Croly was appointed today, the hotel group announced that they were seeking legal advice on their position because the deal had still not went through.
Croly, who was last manager of Shamrock Rovers, signed a three-year contract today and told the media that ‘Damien would be a great addition’.
“If Damien is fit, he’s at another level, let’s be honest so if Damien was interested in playing for Bray Wanderers and he’s fit then it would be very, very nice to work with him.”
He also said that he was excited by the prospect of taking charge of the Wicklow side.
“I certainly didn’t rush into the decision and I think it’s a fantastic challenge with huge potential.”