The current members of the Bray Wanderers squad:
(Date of Birth: 16/08/93), Defender
Former Irish underage International Michael Barker signed from UCD. Capped at all levels from U15 to U19, and a native of Dublin he played with Bohemians U19s in 2011 and made his senior début for the club in their Leinster Senior Cup win over Shamrock Rovers in July 2011. Michael's league début came the following season as a substitute against Derry City at Dalymount Park in May 2012. He went on to make a further fourteen appearances that season. Michael stayed with Bohemians for 2013 before moving to UCD with whom he made 11 appearances.
(DOB: 13/07/96, Kent, UK), defender
Previously played for Enniskerry FC and St Josephs. WDSL League and Cup medals, DDSL League and Cup medals and was WDSL and DDSL Player of the Year. Made senior debut in the friendly against Queens Park Rangers in July 2014.
Played for Under 19 team in 2014/15 season.
(DOB: 23/05/85, Ringsend, Dublin), Midfielder
Dave Cassidy began his career with local junior club Cambridge, before moving on to Home Farm, and joined Derby County at the age of 17. Returning in 2005, he signed for Kilkenny City and from there followed Pat Scully to Shamrock Rovers, staying with the Hoops as they returned to Premier football. Dundalk was next, for two seasons, followed by four with Shelbourne and in 2013 he was at Drogheda United. He signed for Bray Wanderers in January 2014.
(DOB: 11/01/1998), Goalkeeper
Corey played for St Kevins Boys and Lucan United before signing for Bray Wanderers U19 squad in July 2015. He is a former Ireland U15 and Schools international.
(DOB: 01/10/1983, Belshill, Scotland), Goalkeeper
Peter started his career as an 18 year old at Airdrie United in 2002. He made just one senior appearance in two years at the club before a short spell at Junior side Kilsyth Rangers brought him to the attention of Ayr United.
Peter made six appearances at Ayr before leaving at the end of the 2004/05 season. Joined Clyde at the start of 2005/06 and spent three years there before being released in June of 2009.
Signed for Dundalk in July 2008. In 2010 he was voted Dundalk's Player of the Year.
In the 2014 season he started all thirty-three league games As Dundalk won the premier division title.
In January 2015 he joined Cliftonville. Peter then moved back to the League of Ireland by signing with Bray Wanderers in July of 2015.
(DOB: 21/08/92), Defender
Signed for Bray in July 2013 from Crumlin United. Niall made four league appearances in 2013 season. After a short return to Crumlin, re-signed for Bray in January 2014.
(DOB: 22/06/93, Wicklow), Defender
Hugh Douglas joined UCD from Belvedere, where he had won the FAI Under-17 All Ireland. He has represented his country at U21 level, and was in the Ireland International Schools squad where he was named Player Of The Year in 2011. He signed for Bray in December 2014.
(DOB: 23/01/1986, Dublin), Midfielder
Luke played his schoolboy footbal with Quarryvale, and was with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Kidderminster before signing for St Patricks Athletic in 2005. He was principally an Under-21 player there, and was the club's U21 Player of the Year. He played half a season on loan to Monaghan United in 2007 before being signed to Waterford the following season. In 2011, he signed for Southern Stars in Victoria, Australia, moving to South Springvale & Bentleigh Greens and finally to Mornington SC in the same league for the 2014 season.
(DOB: 29/07/94), Midfielder
Luke played in the youth and development squad at Burnley before playing with the first team during the 2013 pre-season. He was released at the end of the 2013-14 season and signed for Shelbourne in August 2014. He made his debut in August 2014 and he made seven league appearances in the final months of the season. Luke also played in two FAI Cup matches and both of the club's promotion play-off games against Galway FC. He signed for Bray in January 2015.
(DOB: 03/06/92), Midfielder
Signed in January 2012 from Arklow Town. Won the LFA youth cup in 2010 with Arklow and was on the Wicklow Under-18 squad that finished runners up in the FAI youth Interleague trophy in 2010. He signed for Bray Wanderers originally in January 2012 and made his debut in the Setanta Cup against Glentoran. Adam moved to Shelbourne for the 2013 season playing under Alan Mathews and then Johnny McDonnell. He rejoined Wanderers in January 2014.
(DOB: 31/10/91), Midfielder
Graham has represented Ireland at U-18 level, is a central midfielder and joined Wanderers in July 2010 from Derby County on loan until the end of the season. Signed permanently for Wanderers in February 2011.
Graham re-joined Wanderers in January 2014 after brief spells with Athlone Town and Salthill Devon. Graham made 14 league appearances for Wanderers in 2011.
(DOB: 08/05/93, Dublin), Forward
Chris was at Belvedere before joining UCD in 2011. At the end of the 2012 season he left UCD to sign for Bohemians. In February 2014 he joined the Shamrock Rovers B team for their inaugural season in the First Division. He signed for Bray in December 2014.
(DOB: 27/02/96), Midfielder
Gareth, who hails from Greystones, began his football career with St Anthonys in Wicklow before moving to St Josephs Boys in Sallynoggin. Midfielder Gareth won the RTÉ Football's Next Star competition in 2012 and moved to Glasgow Celtic's Youth Academy. He signed for Bray Wanderers in July 2014.
(DOB: 19/7/90), Midfielder
Ryan joined Bohemians in 2008 and made his first team debut in the EA Sports Cup in May 2009. Ryan made his league debut shortly afterwards. At the beginning of 2010 Ryan went on loan to Longford Town where he made 14 league appearances. In July of 2010 he returned briefly to Bohemians before going back out on loan to Athlone Town for the remainder of the season. In February 2011 he was back in Bohemians colours but remained with the A Championship side until late August when he began to reappear for the senior side on the substitutes bench, finally making four league appearances. Ryan remained active on the Bohemians squad with 19 league appearances in 2012, scoring five goals, 29 more in 2013 yielding six goals, and another eleven appearances in the 2014 season.
Ryan joined Bray Wanderers in January 2015.
(DOB: 02/05/89), Defender
Peter was part of the U-21 set-up at Tolka in 2007 and played five times for the senior side that season. He was promoted to the first team squad for 2008, but left the club at the end of the season. Peter played for various US clubs, including the University of California Santa Barbara United and Ventura County Fusion, but returned to trial at UCD in 2012. He was drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in the MLS but released from his contract in December 2013. He joined Drogheda United in July 2014. Peter made nine league appearances for Drogheda, scoring his first goal in a 3-2 defeat to St Pats. He signed for Alan Mathews at Bray in January 2015.
(DOB: 10/03/95), Goalkeeper
Previously Bray's Under-19 team first choice keeper, Stephen made his senior debut in the Leinster Senior Cup victory over Tolka Rovers in May 2013. He has made an impressive first team contribution in 2014 in the absence of Darren Quigley. Supporters Club Player of the Month for April 2014.
(DOB: 15/9/82, Drimnagh), Defender
Alan developed at Dublin schoolboy club Belvedere, where he was capped for Ireland at U16 and U17, and signed for UCD in 1999. In ten years at Belfield he made 243 league appearances, mainly as a centre back but also, on occasion, in centre midfield. In February 2009 he joined Drogheda United and was made club captain by then manager Alan Mathews. He made 32 league appearances in his first season at Drogheda and 35 more in 2010. He re-signed at Drogheda for new boss Mick Cooke and made 30 more league appearances in 2011, 27 league games in 2012, scoring five goals, and another 16 league appearances in 2013. Alan also played in three Cup Finals in 2013 as well as in both legs of Drogheda's Europa League tie against Malmo FF. Alan was once more a part of the Drogheda squad for the 2014 season, this time under manager Robbie Horgan.
He signed for Bray in January 2015.
(DOB: 23/06/83), Defender
Adam signed from Bangor Celtic in July 2010 along with team mate Derek Prendergast. Adam made his debut in the league defeat to Sporting Fingal at the Carlisle in the same month. Former Ireland amateur international. Adam was player of the Month in June 2011 and July 2014.
(DOB: 29/08/97, Wexford) defender
Previously played for Gorey Rangers and St Josephs. Has five Wexford League medals and a Wexford Cup medal to his name. Made senior debut in the friendly against MK Dons in July 2014.
Plyaed for under 19 team in 2014/15 season. Paul played for the Republic of Ireland Schools in March 2015 in their Centenary Shield victory 3-2 win over Northern Ireland.
(DOB: 11/04/95, Dublin), Central defender
From Cherry Orchard, Daniel signed under-age terms with Fulham in 2011 and featured regularly as a key player for the Fulham U18 squad in 2012/13. He was on loan thereafter, and in August signed terms with Hereford United. He has captained Ireland at under-age levels. Signed for Bray December 2014.
(DOB: 20/12/89, Nigeria), Forward
Emeka made his début in the home league defeat to Longford Town in July 2007. He scored his only goal to date in the 1-1 draw away to UCD in Belfield Park in October 2007. He made 11 first team appearances in all competitions that season. He is an Irish under-age international. Returned to the Carlisle in September 2009 after a spell with Athlone Town. In February 2014 Emeka was among the squad for Shamrock Rovers B in the First Division. In January 2015 Emeka joined up with Bray Wanderers for their pre-season series of friendlies.
(DOB: 20/01/85), Forward/Midfielder
David spent some time with Carlisle United before returning to Ireland and played with Mullingar Athletic and O'Devaney before lining out for Kildare County (2005/06). He moved to Malahide United in the Leinster Senior League in 2007 before making his return to League of Ireland football with Monaghan United in 2008.
He signed for Bohemians in January 2012 from AUL side O'Devaney/Dunard. David scored for Bohemians in the Europa League match against Ţór Akureyri in July 2012.
At the end of the 2013 season he signed for non-League side Ballymun United before joining Bray Wanderers in February 2014.
(DOB: 06/01/91, Dublin), Midfielder
John previously played with Dundalk, Shelbourne and Limerick FC. He played youths football in Dublin with Lourdes Celtic and Crumlin United before signing with Bohemians and playing with their U20 side.
In February 2009 he moved to Scotland where he spent a season and a half at Hamilton Academical. At the end of 2009/10 he returned to Ireland and signed for Pat Scully at Limerick FC in June. He spent the remainder of the 2010 season there making 13 league appearances and scoring two league goals.
In February 2011 John signed for Shelbourne and played in the FAI Cup final. He left Shels in July 2012 and signed for Drogheda United. He made his Drogheda debut in a 4-1 defeat to Sligo Rovers on 04 August and his first goal was an injury time winner against Dundalk. in January 2013 he signed for Dundalk and spent a season there before returning to Shelbourne in January 2014. In December 2014, John once again returned to a former club, this time signing for Crumlin United. Signed for Bray Wanderers in June 2015.
(DOB: 22/07/97), Defender
Previous clubs were St Josephs and Home Farm. Made senior debut in the friendly against Queens Park Rangers in July 2014.
Played for Under-19 team in 2014/15 season.
(DOB: 08/03/95), Forward
Former Ireland U16 and U18 player Adam signed professional terms for Derby County in 2013 having impressed during two years at the club's academy, following his time in Dublin schoolboy club Stella Maris, but was released by the Rams in summer 2014. By that stage he had also appeared for the Ireland Under-19s. He signed for Drogheda United later that summer (appearing against Bray in United Park in September), but moved to Bohemians the following January. An attacker, he also plays on the wings.
Pen pics by Michael Duffy.
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