Social media: what they said online
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.