Ronan, Kavanagh 'not investing in Bray Wanderers'

Ronan, Kavanagh 'not investing in Bray Wanderers'
The Carlisle Grounds in Bray. Pic: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

The club, chaired by its main investor, Gerry Mulvey, said in budget documents prepared for its licence application that Mulvey, Kavanagh and Ronan would invest a combined €750,000 into Milway Dawn, the company that owns most of the club

Property developers Johnny Ronan and Greg Kavanagh, who were pitched in documents prepared by Bray Wanderers for its National League licence application as having committed to invest in the club, have both told the Sunday Business Post this was not the case.

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