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harry in no hurry.

Byline: paul dowling

BRAY caretaker boss Harry Kenny believes he's safe in the role until his 60-day period is up next month.

That's despite crashing out of the FAI Cup to First Division UCD as the Seagulls suffered their seventh defeat on the spin.

But Kenny, left, admitted he felt let down by his players as they trailed 3-0 at the break last Friday at Bowl.

He said: "I'm cool with the whole thing. I don't feel as if I have to do anything to be quite honest. It's going to be up to the chairman [Denis O'Connor] at the end of the day.

"He'll decide one way or the other with the rest of the board."

But he conceded: "We're only halfway through the 60 days. It will be called soon. I was enjoying it up to the UCD game. I felt a little let down. For some reason, we weren't' at it."

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 23, 2016
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