Bray face challenge.
Byline: PAUL DOWLING
WITH their Premier Division status all but mathematically certain for 2015, Bray Wanderers' League of Ireland future has been cast in doubt.
Schoolboy club St. Joseph's Boys have written to the FAI objecting to a Club Licence for the Seagulls.
As exclusively revealed in Mirror Sport last Friday, the DDSL outfit have also written to the Independent Club Licensing Committee objecting to Bray's participation in the 2015 SSE Airtricity League on the basis there is a substantial five figure sum owed.
St. Joseph's claim monies owed is approximately [euro]41,000. But will rise to [euro]49,000 by the end of this season when the UEFA Solidarity Compensation payable to League of Ireland clubs for Youth Development is distributed by the FAI in respect of the 2014 season.
In their statement, it said "As a club we feel as though we have shown great patience, understanding and a large degree of goodwill towards Bray Wanderers.
"However we feel as though we are left with no other option but to pursue this course of action in the best interests of St Joseph's Boys AFC and its members."
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 22, 2014|
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