Robert Bayly leaves Shelbourne by mutual consent

Wed, Mar 29 2017

Bayly in action for Shamrock Rovers against UCD in 2014. Credit: Tom Beary

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Shelbourne have confirmed that midfielder Robert 'Boccer' Bayly has left the club by mutual consent.

 

The Dubliner joined the Reds for his second spell at the club at the beginning of the season from Bluebell United but, having failed to gain a regular place, has parted company with the club.

 

The 29-year-old former Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians and Cliftonville player made two league appearances in his latest spell at Tolka Park as well as featuring in the Leinster Senior Cup win over Wexford.

 

The former Cherry Orchard schoolboy and Leeds United trainee played for Ireland at under-17 and under-19 level.

 

He was part of the Sporting Fingal side that lifted the 2009 FAI Cup before helping Shamrock Rovers to the Premier Division title the following season.

 

A club statement read: “Shelbourne FC would like to announce that Robert Bayly has left the Club by mutual consent.

 

“We would like to thank him for his efforts and input since he arrived and wish him all the best in his future career.”