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'Wouldn't be fair to stand in their way' - Key trio leave Bray as financial problems hit home

The club announced the news this morning.

On the move: Aaron Greene.
On the move: Aaron Greene.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

BRAY WANDERERS HAVE confirmed that three key players have left the club as financial problems hit home at the Carlisle Grounds.

28-year-old winger Aaron Greene, Limerick native and striker Ronan Coughlan and midfielder Cory Galvin — all regular goalscorers –  have headed for the exit doors due to lack of guarantee of payment for the rest of the season.

Bray tweeted the news this morning:

“Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan and Cory Galvin have all departed the club. We wish them all the best with their new clubs. We’re sorry to see them go but, as stated previously, it wouldn’t be fair to stand in their way.”

On Tuesday evening, the club announced that they are willing to listen to offers for all current players due to the ‘inability to guarantee wages’. It’s expected that more will now follow Greene, Coughlan and Galvin’s lead in departing the Wicklow outfit.

This comes as the latest crisis to the Seagulls, who were marred by controversy all throughout the 2017 season and currently sit bottom of the Premier Division with just three wins from 24 games so far in 2018.

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