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Tom Field Re-signs Bangor have re-signed midfielder Tom Field The 32 year old midfield general is best known locally for his four year stint with Airbus UK which ended in after he switched to Connahs Quay.
At this time Tom signed for Bangor but after playing in pre season matches, he left along with former Airbus team mates Lee Owens and Ryan Wade. More recently he has played for Liverpool based Marine FC. Field certainly brings a sharp edge to the middle of the action, he is competitive and has authority and experience.
He is also a capable freekick scorer from around the edge of the box. Bangor City unveiled Craig Harrison as their new manager. Harrison spent a successful six year period with TNS where he won the league each season and guided the club to numerous cup wins.
In search of a new challenge he took the Hartlepool job but after ten months at the cash strapped club he left. Before the watching media the former Hartlepool and New Saints supremo answered questions from the floor and seemed at ease with his new position.
Chester based Harrison would not be drawn on where the team would train nor which of the current squad might remain. In fairness he needs time to make those decisions.
There was no talk of an assistant manager. But as the meeting closed, prompted by secretary Gwynfor Jones, he announced his first signing as Bangor manager. Blues legend Les Davies.
There was a round of applause and those present seemed impressed and were looking forward to the new campaign. Welcome to Bangor Craig, welcome home Les. Youngsters Sign Pro Deals Four of the talented U19s side have signed professional contracts with the club.
These come in addition to defender Cai Owen, midfielder Guto Williams and attacker Sam Jones who were already under contract to the club. Huge credit must go to U19s manager Dave Cavanagh who has done so much to identify and develop the youngsters into a successful team.
Both thanked the fans for their support as they finished second in the league, and played some fine football which culminated in that excellent Steven Hewitt goal at Bala. But both bid their farewells and immediately Nicholson was linked with the vacancy at Chester.
Hot on the heels of this news came another farewell, this time from Danny Holmes. The hugely impressive rightback has joined Connahs Quay who qualified for Europe following their Welsh Cup success.
The club announced in a statement that a new management team would be revealed on Thursday 17th May Although there was no reference to it, the club would seem to have accepted their place in the Cymru Alliance and abandoned talk of a legal challenge. As a footnote to this Bangor City have now confirmed that there will be no legal challenge and that the club will play in the Cymru Alliance from August Meanwhile the announcement of the new management team, scheduled for Thursday 17th May has been put back to Wednesday 23rd May.
Upfront Dean Rittenberg deservedly finished as leading goalscorer. But for his consistency and commitment Danny Holmes gets the nod. Danny made 30 Welsh Premier starts out of 32 and scored once against Prestatyn in August There is a never say die, never shirk a challenge air about the tough tackling defender that harks back to previous rightbacks at the club, names such as Dewi Atherton, Andy Lee, John Cavanagh and more recently Peter Hoy.
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