Bray Wanderers chairman Denis O'Connor has stated that the financial crisis that has plunged his club into crisis has been resolved at least in the short to medium term.
The club went public with their financial difficulties last week. The Irish Times report that the financial backing has been secured to keep the club afloat for now.
“The reaction to what has been going on has been phenomenal over the last few days and I’m confident that the attendance at that game will reflect the level of support we have been receiving.”
On the back of the withdrawal of Gerry Mulvey’s financial support, Bray have been in the spotlight in recent days after the club released a statement during the game with Dundalk last Friday.
In the statement, O'Connor was critical of the local community, the support and the poor attendances at matches in the Carlisle Grounds.
In relation to the issue surrounding attendances, O'Connor states that “the reaction to what has been going on has been phenomenal over the last few days and I’m confident that the attendance at that game will reflect the level of support we have been receiving.”
It was revealed last week that Bray would be unable to pay their players but now, in a dramatic turn of events, O'Connor feels his club are now in a position to meet all of its commitments in the coming months.
Bray sit 3rd in the SSE Airtricity League and have reassured supporters and players alike that no more players will be leaving the club and that all wages will be paid between now and the end of the season in late October.