Daniel Kelly has become the fifth player to exit crisis club Bray Wanderers after moving to Bohemians.
The Wanderers players are effectively on strike after there wages were unpaid for a second week running.
Bray officials are expected to meet with the FAI today in a bid to try and resolve the situation, but all players are available for transfer.
Kelly is one of five who has already departed and has moved to Bohs. The eye catching wide man made his name at St Patrick’s CY and was deemed the most exciting teen in amateur football at one stage.
The goal scoring right or left sided attacker, who also had a spell at Crumlin United, signed for Bray in January, but now moves on to Bohemians where he will work under Keith Long and play alongside another former Crumlin player Shane Supple.
It’s been a good year for me personally football wise and I’m sad to leave Bray but delighted to say that I’ve signed for Bohs 🙌🏻⚽ I am buzzing and can’t wait to get going and hopefully do well🔴⚫ @bfcdublin
— Daniel Kelly (@Dano_kelly) July 11, 2018
Brave running by @Dano_kelly late in the game produced this rash challenge to give @BrayWanderers a penalty v @WaterfordFCie which Gary McCabe converted with aplomb. A never give up attitude by the Seagulls gave them a deserved draw 2 -2 against the blues. pic.twitter.com/Ot1sokhRep
— Liam Coughlan (@Liam09C) May 14, 2018