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# Troubling times
'Inability to guarantee wages' sees Bray Wanderers willing to sell first team players
The Seagulls said it was ‘only fair to give players an opportunity to secure employment elsewhere’.

BRAY WANDERERS HAVE announced they are willing to listen to offers for all of their current players, as the League of Ireland club faces into yet another crisis.

The Seagulls were marred by controversy all throughout last season and currently sit bottom of the Premier Division with just three wins from 24 games so far in 2018.

“Bray Wanderers have reluctantly decided to listen to offers for any of their players,” the club said in a statement released by chairman Gerry Mulvey on Tuesday.

“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.”

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