So­cial me­dia: what they said on­line

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Richie Sadlier (Soc­cer Repub­lic pun­dit and ex-pro): “Shout out to Bray Wan­der­ers for hav­ing the balls to write and re­lease a state­ment while clearly drunk”.

Miguel De­laney (Grey­stones na­tive and chief foot­ball writer at The In­de­pen­dent): “My lo­cal club have re­leased what is prob­a­bly the most re­mark­able press re­lease ever seen #northko­rea”.

Gareth Pen­rose (founder of ex­tra­time.ie): “Bray Wan­der­ers have re­leased a state­ment Don­ald Trump would be proud of #Great­estLeagueInTheWorld”.

Chris Shields (ex-Bray and cur­rent Dun­dalk player): “Kim Jong Un, Bray Wan­der­ers nil”.

Paul Hos­ford (Jour­nal­ist with The Jour­nal): “I would kill for a Louis Theoux doc­u­men­tary on Bray Wan­der­ers”.

Ea­mon Zayed (ex-Bray striker): “I

gen­uinely thought I was read­ing Water­ford Whis­pers News..Bray Wan­der­ers the club I loved, where have you gone?!”

Pierce Sweeney (Bray na­tive and ex-Seag­ull): “It’s very sad to see my home­town club @BrayWan­der­ers been run by such mup­pets. Put­tung a bad name on the town”.

Paddy Power: “Ir­ish club Bray Wan­der­ers re­lease a state­ment, ref­er­enc­ing North Korea, Conor McGre­gor and fear. Fair enough”.

Alan Caw­ley (an­other for­mer Bray player and Soc­cer Repub­lic reg­u­lar): “Didn’t think it could get any worse for Bray Wan­der­ers. A laugh­ing stock!! Quite sad re­ally”.

Gary Ma­son: “I hear North Korea have is­sued a state­ment to dis­tance them­selves from Bray Wan­der­ers”.

Dodge: “Be care­ful laugh­ing at the Bray state­ment folks, there’s a foot­ball club at stake”.

Derek Fo­ran (cur­rent Bray player): “That’s a frape”.

The en­trance to the Carlisle Grounds last Fri­day night ahead of the clash with Finn Harps.

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