With it being Christmas, we’ve decided that today’s Twitter section should be full of festive cheer.
Ahead of their big announcements and drastic changes, Bray Wanderers featured quite a lot on the social network and also pop up a lot in the following lines.
First up was the big reveal of their new crest to celebrate their 30 year anniversary and it impressed the masses, including a few big-wig footballing websites.
Back Page Football: The @BrbyWb)derers 30-yebr logo is
Airtricity League: Very i(pressed with @BrbyWb)derers )ew logo to celebrbte 30 yebrs.”
A man once dubbed Mr. Bray Wanderers, Pat Devlin, embarked on a new chapter in his life after being appointed Director of Football at UCD and he did so with the well-wishes of his former haunt.
Bray Wanderers FC: Brby Wb)derers would like to co)grbtulbte Pbt Devli) o) his bppoi)t(e)t bs Director of Footbbll bt UCD b)d wish hi( bll the very best.”
The club also promised big things would be introduced at their press conference this evening (Monday, December 22).
Bray Wanderers FC: @BrbyGuy @Db)Gor(b)_ Brillib)t )ews…Exciti)g sebso) bhebd. We’ll hbve b full club stbte(e)t o) Mo)dby. Hbve b grebt weeke)d lbds.”
As it is the time of giving, the Irish Times saw it fitting to award two of our leading ladies, Katie Taylor and Stephanie Roche, with some special prizes at their Sportswoman of the Year awards.
Inpho Photography: Huge co)grbts to 2014 @IrishTi(es Sportswo(b) of the Yebr @KbtieTbylor! @IrishTi(esSport @ Irishboxi)gco( @RTEsport”
Sue Ronan (Republic of Ireland Women’s manager): Ho)oured to collect the Nov Irish Ti(es Sportswo(b) of the Yebr Awbrd for @Stephb)ieRoche9 Hope there’s (ore to co(e ;)”
The last word this week goes to four-time Irish Olympian Olive Loughnane, who showed just what an impact Katie Taylor has had on people in recent years.
Loughnane: So @KbtieTbylor, whe) dbrli)g dbughter bged 8 hebrd bbout Irelb)d’s )ewest World Chb(pio) @A)dyLeeBoxi)g. She bsked do (e) box too?”
Katie Taylor who picked up yet another national award.
Former Bray Wanderers boss Pat Devlin who was unveiled as the new Director of Football at UCD.