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More departures at crisis-stricken Bray as Dubliner Craig Walsh ends short stay

Daniel Kelly has also left as financial problems at the club hit home.

Craig Walsh in action for Bray at the weekend.
Craig Walsh in action for Bray at the weekend.
Image: Laszlo Geczo/INPHO

BRAY WANDERERS HAVE confirmed that two more players have departed the club.

Craig Walsh and Daniel Kelly are the latest duo to leave the Carlisle Grounds a week after the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division outfit announced that all of their current players were available for sale due to the ‘inability to guarantee wages’.

On Sunday evening, the struggling Seagulls secured an important 2-1 win over Sligo Rovers with both Walsh and Kelly starting and playing their part in the victory.

But they’re both on the move now, with Bray confirming the news on Twitter this afternoon.

21-year-old midfielder Kelly has signed for Bohemians, moving on from the Wicklow side he’s been with since January 2018.

And after joining Bray for the remainder of the season just last month, Walsh has departed too. The former Shelbourne, Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers midfielder has also secured a contract elsewhere, according to the Seagulls.

Last Friday, Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan and Cory Galvin all headed for the exit doors.

Tweet by @Daniel Kelly Source: Daniel Kelly/Twitter

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