Thursday, October 15, 2009

St. Patrick's Ath V Bray Wanderers- Team News

Bray Wanderers Travel to RichmonD Park to take on St. Patrick's Ath. in Richmond Park, in the League of Ireland Premier Division. (Friday 16th October K.O 7;45)

This is a must win game as a loss here would almost certainly consign Bray to automatic relegation.
Team News is as follows

The Seagulls have four injury worries ahead of their meeting with St.Patrick's Ath.Gary Mc Cabe has a ankle injury as has Dave Webster who missed Tuesday night's trip to Sligo,while Derek Foran who also missed the Rovers game with a groin injury is also doubtful and striker Paul Byrne's knee is giving cause for concern but no decision on any of the four will be made until just before kick-off.

Speaking yesterday Eddie Gormley said " If we play like we did in the second half on Tuesday we will give ourselves a great chance of getting something from the game, but if we play like we did in the first half it will be game over,in the second half we created three great chances to take the lead but failed to take any of them.Then we make one slip up at the back and are punished,even though the ball was out of play but not seen by the assistant".He added " It will be tough in Richmond Park as they are fighting for their lives as well,we will approach the game cautiously but will be positive and hope we get something from the game"

We will have live updates on East Coast fm from 7;45


Wednesday, October 14, 2009


Monday, October 12, 2009

Sligo Rovers V Bray Wanderers-Team News

Bray wanderers travel to the Showgrounds to take on Sligo Rovers in this crucial League of Ireland Premier Division clash.(Tuesday 13th October K.O 7;45)

After Friday's rousing win over Cork City a win here would see the Seagulls come off the bottom of the Table.

Team News is as follows

Derek Foran who limped out of Friday's win over Cork City with a groin problem is likely to miss the trip to Sligo. There will be late fitness tests for winger Gary Mc.Cabe and defender Dave Webster both of whom have ankle injuries.

Speaking over the weekend Manager Eddie Gormley said "The players showed great character and never say die attitude on Friday night, and it was nice that we were the ones to get the late goals for a change that gave us the three points". Gormley added "It will be tough up in Sligo, it hasn't been a happy hunting ground for us recently, but if we show the same attitude as we did on Friday night we will give ourselves a great chance of getting the three points".

We will have live updates on East Coast fm from 7;45.

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