Friday February 28, 2020

Football club faces buyout replay

Club boss leads new bid for Bray Wanderers

21st June, 2015
Alan McNally (blue and yellow strip) of Bray Wanderers in action against Cork City recently Picture: Sportsfile

A new bid for struggling League of Ireland club Bray Wanderers is being put together by chairman Denis O’Connor after the collapse of its deal with the McGettigan Group.

In a letter seen by The Sunday Business Post, O’Connor has written to shareholders making an offer to buy them out with a group of unnamed investors.

He refers to attempts to seek financing and new investment for the club in the...

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