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Bray Wanderers Set For Strike Action As Wage Fiasco Rumbles On

Bray Wanderers Set For Strike Action As Wage Fiasco Rumbles On
By Arthur James O'Dea Updated

Having not been paid since May 25, the playing staff of Bray Wanderers have tonight announced their decision to take strike action.

In the last week, five players (Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan, Cory Galvin, Daniel Kelly and Craig Walsh) have all taken up the option to leave the club as free agents.

Yet, those that remain now intend to exact their right to strike over their unpaid wages. A Tweet released by the PFA Ireland this evening contained a photograph of the playing staff in question, and the caption; "Not good enough time for change."

In accordance with strike regulation, a seven day notice period must be delivered to employers before such action can be carried out legally.

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With this now confirmed, it is expected that a statement on behalf of the players will be released tomorrow.

Should the strike go ahead, it is likely that Bray's fixtures with Bohemians on July 20 will be unaffected, but their game against Cork City on July 27 may well be compromised.

There has already been an outpouring of sadness, anger and compassion for a playing staff that have been left with little option but to take drastic action.

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