Two more players leave financially troubled Bray Wanderers

Daniel Kelly and Craig Walsh have become the latest players to leave Bray Wanderers as the Wicklow club continues to struggle to pay players’ wages.

Kelly and Walsh leave the club just over a week after Bray Wanderers released a statement saying that all of their players would be put up for transfer due to an inability to guarantee wages until the end of the season.

They also join Ronan Coughlan, Cory Galvin, and Aaron Greene as the fourth and fifth players to leave Bray in the past week.

In a statement, the club said: “Best of luck to Daniel Kelly and Craig Walsh who have departed the club and secured contracts at other clubs.

“Thank you both for your contributions to the club.”

In response to the news, Kelly confirmed on Twitter that he would be joining Bohemians, saying: “It’s been a good year for me personally football-wise, and I’m sad to leave Bray but delighted to say that I’ve signed for Bohs.

“I am buzzing and can’t wait to get going and hopefully do well,” Kelly said.

Craig Walsh departs Bray less than a month after joining the club, having signed for the Seagulls from Crumlin United on the 13th of June.

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