Two more players have exited crisis-club Bray Wanderers after securing moves to other teams.
Daniel Kelly and Craig Walsh have departed the Carlisle Grounds.
Kelly has joined Bohemians, while Walsh, who only made a return to League of Ireland football last month following a drugs ban, has been linked with Longford Town.
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
It brings the total of players to have left the club to five after Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan and Cory Galvin departed last week.
All other players are free to leave the club as a delay on payment for wages for June approaches two weeks.
Bray are bottom of the Premier Division but beat Sligo Rovers 2-1 last Sunday despite not training for the entire week.
They have yet to train since wages went unpaid.
Midfielder Paul O'Conor tweeted this afternoon: "The last time we were paid was 25 May.. that’s almost seven weeks without any income.
"It’s not okay to leave lads in this position for this long where they potentially can’t pay they’re bills/provide for their families. A horrible feeling."
Their next league game is Friday week, away to Bohs.