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Takeover delay 'not a worry' says new Bray Wanderers boss Trevor Croly


Trevor Croly

Trevor Croly

Trevor Croly

NEW Bray Wanderers boss Trevor Croly says he's "unconcerned" about the club's off-field problems, writes Aidan Fitzmaurice.

Ten months after he was axed by Shamrock Rovers, Croly (above) moved b ack into management when he was unveiled as the new boss at Bray, the long-term successor to Alan Mathews.

Croly's immediate task is to prepare a side for a daunting test against St Patrick's Athletic next Saturday, Croly eager to lift morale in a squad which has conceded 20 goals in the last four games. But there are deep concerns behind the scenes with the McGettigan group admitting that their takeover of the club had run into problems.

"I've spoken with the guys and I'm happy with the answers I got. There's always issues but here stuff seems to fed out everywhere. I'm not concerned with it and I'm sure the players aren't either," said Croly, who is assisted by John Gill and Noel White.