BANGOR CITY PENPICS 2010-11


 

GOALKEEPERS

  Paul
  Smith

    GOAL

   A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the successful Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  
   Following the Europa matches in 2010 Paul has ten European appearances for Bangor City and has won three Welsh Cup winners medals with the club.

Dob:  06-12-1977    

 
  Chris
  Oldfield

    GOAL

   A Liverpool born goalkeeper Chris worked his way up through the academy ranks to feature in The Reds reserve side. Along the way he represented the Republic of Ireland at Under 16 level.
   However he did not appear for the first team and was released in June 2010 to join Rochdale on a short term deal after attracting the attention of Chester City manager Neil Young during the summer Chris left The Deva for a non contract spell with Darlington on October 2010.
Dob: 14-01-1991   
DEFENCE

  Peter
 
Hoy
   Defence


   Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.
   He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore. Peter has made 146 Welsh Premier appearances for Bangor, has won three Welsh Cup Winners medals and holds the club record number of European appearances with eight before the Honka ties.
Dob: 06-05-1982    

  Chris
  Roberts

   Defence


   Left footer Chris Roberts gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before stepping up to Unibond League side Colwyn Bay.  Chris moved to Rhyl via Cefn Druids and made more than 50 league starts at Belle Vue before signing for Bangor during the summer of 2009.
  He has quickly established himself as first choice leftback and impressed with some wholehearted performances in the opening months of the seasons. Chris picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal in May 2010.
Dob: 14-08-1985   


 
Michael
  Johnston

   Defence

   A Liverpool born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  During the summer of 2008 he was released by Rovers and wated no time in signing for City on a permanent basis.  
   Michael has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was voted the outstanding player in North Wales at the end of the 2007-08 season. During the 2009-10 season Michael represented Wales Under 23s (semi professional) and won his second successive Welsh Cup winners medal against Port Talbot.

Dob: 16-12-1987   

  Jamie
 Brewerton

   Defence

    A 28 year old St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno but is best known for his ten seasons at Belle Vue.
    Brewerton, capped by Wales at Under 18 level, made some 200 WP appearances for Rhyl but missed the entire 2006-07 season with knee ligament problems.  Jamie joined Bangor during the summer of 2008 and picked up his second successive Welsh Cup winners medal in May 2010.

Dob: 17-11-1979   

  Clive
  Williams

   DEFENCE


    A promising young striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition.
Dob: 01-01-1991   
MIDFIELD

  Dave
  Morley
  MIDFIELD
  St Helens born centreback Dave Morley began his career with Manchester City where he made he scored on debut against Bury in the (then) First Division (ie directly below the Premiership).  That was Dave's only league start for City but two more substitute appearances followed before a brief loan spell in Scotland with Ayr United. In 1998 he moved to Southend and made 63 league starts before heading north to Carlisle and 37 more starts.
   In 2001 a move to Oxford yielded 16 more league starts followed by 49 for Doncaster in the Conference before joining Macclesfield as captain and totalling 101 further league appearances.  One of his defensive team mates at Moss Rose was former Bangor defender Jim McNulty
   From 2007-09 Dave made more than 50 appearances for Conference North side Hyde United and during his first season at Bangor won the Welsh Cup final in Parc Y Scarlets in 2010.
Dob: 25-09-1977  

  Craig
  Garside
  MIDFIELD
   A hugely talented midfielder Craig Garside re-signed for Bangor during the summer of 2009.  Craig has been with the blues in November 2004 but moved on after a Premier Cup appearance.
   His career began with Everton where he was
prominent at youth and reserve level, played in the 2002 FA Youth Cup Final for The Toffees. Capable of playing in defence or midfield, Craig has captained Wales at Under 15, 16 and 19 and gained an enviable reputation at those levels.
   Craig has 14 WP starts for Bangor to his name prior to the start of the 2010-11 season and picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal at Parc Y Scarlets in May 2010.
Dob: 11-05-1985   

  Nicky
  Ward
  MIDFIELD
    An experienced attacking left footer Nicky Ward played for both Wrexham and Shrewsbury Town as a youth before moving into the Welsh Premier with Newtown during the 1998-99 season. Since this time Nicky has totted up 188 Welsh Premier league starts scoring 78 goals including several successful seasons with full timers TNS.. 
   He has played for Newtown on four occasions and spent a brief spell with Cefn Druids, and turned out for Welling United in the Conference South.  Nicky joined Bangor from Newtown in January 2010.
   Despite being cuptied and therefore sidelined during the 2009-10 cup campaign, Nicky made a positive impression during the league matches and has become a firm favourite with the City faithful.
Dob: 30-11-1977  



 
Darren
  Moss
  MIDFIELD
   Wrexham born midfielder Darren Moss joined Bangor in the January 2011 transfer window.
   Darren made more than 300 Football League appearances for Chester, Shrewsbury, Crewe and finally Morecambe in a career which began at The Deva Stadium in August 1997. He left Morecambe in October 2010 and trained with his home town side Wrexham before joining Bangor.
   Although Darren has played much of his professional career at right fullback he is versatile enough to operate in midfield and at centrehalf.  He was capped six times by Wales at Under 21 level.
Dob: 24-05-1981 

  Chris
  Jones
  MIDFIELD
   A former Wrexham and Leeds United apprentice Chris Jones signed for Bangor during the summer of 2010 from local rivals Porthmadog.
   A Wales International at Under 19 & 20 level Chris spent a period on loan at Bournemouth before joining Limerick in The League of Ireland. Nefyn based he has also played in the Unibond League with Colwyn Bay and has totted up more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances with Caernarfon, Llangefni and Porthmadog.
   Chris is a goalscoring midfielder or striker who is highly rated by the Farrar Road camp. He quickly made his mark with vital goals home and away for City in the defeat of Europa League opponents Honka Espoo in July.
Dob: 09-10-1985  

  Marc
  Limbert

   
MIDFIELD

   Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  
   With 75 of his 255 WP starts in a Bangor shirt Marc was the natural choice to step up to assistant manager when Alan Morgan moved on to Aberstwyth in the autumn of 2009.
Dob: 03-10-1973 
FORWARDS

  Eddie
  Jebb
   STRIKER


  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club seemed likely to restrict his first team outings. Eddie picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal during his first season with City.
Dob: 31-12-1981  

  Les
  Davies

   STRIKER


   Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  
   Les has more than 100 WP appearances for City and 170 in total, scoring in all 50 goals and has represented Wales both at Semi Professional level and Under 21 International. He has three Welsh Cup winners medals with Bangor, securing his third in a row at Parc Y Scarlets in May 2010 after an injury disrupted season.
Dob: 29-10-1984   

  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER


   A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  
   Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and
marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.
   As the 2010-11 season gets underway Sion has 20 goals from 79 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup winners medals to his name.
Dob 01-08-1987   


  Alan
  Bull
   STRIKER


   Birkenhead born striker Alan Bull joined Bangor during the summer of 2010 having briefly linked up with coast rivals Colwyn Bay. He has previously been with Tranmere Rovers and Crewe Alexandra.
   Alan displayed his goalscoring prowess with Wirral based Cammell Laird FC and treads a well worn path from Lairds to Farrar Road. He made his Bangor debut in the Europa League away leg in Finland against Honka and scored his first goal against Maritimo at The Racecourse Ground in the Europa League in August 2010.
Dob 25-11-1987 


  Michael
  Jukes

   STRIKER

    A powerful Warrington based striker began his career with Wigan Athletic where he was a member of their youth and reserve sides.
   Upon his release in June 2010 Michael spent a trial period with Accrington Stanley and scored regularly for them but failed to secure a stay with the Football League Two (once know as the Fourth Division!) club.
   It is understood that Michael turned down offers from Conference and Unibond sides to come to Bangor and try his luck in the Welsh Premier.

Dob: 11-07-1992   


  John
  Owen
   STRIKER

   Bangor born John Owen broke into the City team at the end of the 2008-09 season and made such an impression manager Nev Powell rewarded the young striker with a two year contract.  John lives in Chwilog, a village close to Pwllheli and Porthmadog, marked his Welsh Premier debut at Newtown with a well taken goal.
   With injuries affecting his striking options manager Powell will have every confidence that the tall teenager will step up to the task when required.
Dob 18-08-1992  


  Mark
  Smyth
   STRIKER

   Versatile striker Mark Smyth first joined City from Morecambe having previously played for Accrington and Vauxhalls FC.  He began his career at Liverpool and made his first team debut against Tottenham in the Carling Cup in December 2005.
   Mark followed manager Steve Bleasdale to Leigh RMI but despite ending the season as the Conference strugglers leading goalscorer, he opted to return to Farrar Road during the summer of 2008 and then again a year later having rejoined the now entitled Leigh Genesis for the 2008-09 campaign.
   Mark has represented England at Youth and Under 20 International level.
Dob 09-01-1985   

 
 
  Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2010-11
EUROPA SQUAD  2010
 

GOALKEEPERS
1
  Paul
  Smith

    GOAL

   A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  
   Prior to the Europa matches in 2010 Paul has six European appearances for Bangor and has won three Welsh Cup winners medals with the club.

Dob:  06-12-1977    
13
 
  Andy
  Mulliner

    GOAL

   Hugely experienced goalkeeper Andy Mulliner back for a third - and perhaps final - spell at Farrar Road.
   Andy has more than 400 Welsh Premier appearances to his name and is employed by Wolverhampton Wanderers as a goalkeeping coach. He has also played for Telford United and Curzon Ashton and more recently kep goal for Shropshire side Ellesmere Rangers.
Dob: 03-01-1971   
DEFENCE
2
  Peter
 
Hoy
   Defence


   Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.
   He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore. Peter has made 146 Welsh Premier appearances for Bangor, has won three Welsh Cup Winners medals and holds the club record number of European appearances with eight before the Honka ties.
Dob: 06-05-1982    
3
  Chris
  Roberts

   Defence


   Left footer Chris Roberts gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before stepping up to Unibond League side Colwyn Bay.  Chris moved to Rhyl via Cefn Druids and made more than 50 league starts at Belle Vue before signing for Bangor during the summer of 2009.
  He has quickly established himself as first choice leftback and impressed with some wholehearted performances in the opening months of the seasons. Chris picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal in May 2010.
Dob: 14-08-1985   
6

 
Michael
  Johnston

   Defence

   A Liverpool born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  During the summer of 2008 he was released by Rovers and wated no time in signing for City on a permanent basis.  
   Michael has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was voted the outstanding player in North Wales at the end of the 2007-08 season. During the 2009-10 season Michael represented Wales Under 23s (semi professional) and won his second successive Welsh Cup winners medal against Port Talbot.

Dob: 16-12-1987   
5
  Jamie
 Brewerton

   Defence

    A 28 year old St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno but is best known for his ten seasons at Belle Vue.
    Brewerton, capped by Wales at Under 18 level, made some 200 WP appearances for Rhyl but missed the entire 2006-07 season with knee ligament problems.  Jamie joined Bangor during the summer of 2008 and picked up his second successive Welsh Cup winners medal in May 2010.

Dob: 17-11-1979   
17
  Clive
  Williams

   DEFENCE


    A promising young striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition.
Dob: 01-01-1991   
MIDFIELD
4
  Dave
  Morley

   MIDFIELD


  St Helens born centreback Dave Morley began his career with Manchester City where he made he scored on debut against Bury in the (then) First Division (ie directly below the Premiership).  That was Dave's only league start for City but two more substitute appearances followed before a brief loan spell in Scotland with Ayr United. In 1998 he moved to Southend and made 63 league starts before heading north to Carlisle and 37 more starts.
   In 2001 a move to Oxford yielded 16 more league starts followed by 49 for Doncaster in the Conference before joining Macclesfield as captain and totalling 101 further league appearances.  One of his defensive team mates at Moss Rose was former Bangor defender Jim McNulty
   From 2007-09 Dave made more than 50 appearances for Conference North side Hyde United and during his first season at Bangor won the Welsh Cup final in Parc Y Scarlets in 2010.
Dob: 25-09-1977  
8
  Craig
  Garside

   MIDFIELD

   A hugely talented midfielder Craig Garside re-signed for Bangor during the summer of 2009.  Craig has been with the blues in November 2004 but moved on after a Premier Cup appearance.
   His career began with Everton where he was
prominent at youth and reserve level, played in the 2002 FA Youth Cup Final for The Toffees. Capable of playing in defence or midfield, Craig has captained Wales at Under 15, 16 and 19 and gained an enviable reputation at those levels.
   Craig has 14 WP starts to his name prior to the start of the 2010-11 season and picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal at Parc Y Scarlets in May 2010.
Dob: 11-05-1985   
10
  Nicky
  Ward
   MIDFIELD


    An experienced attacking left footer Nicky Ward played for both Wrexham and Shrewsbury Town as a youth before moving into the Welsh Premier with Newtown during the 1998-99 season. Since this time Nicky has totted up 188 Welsh Premier league starts scoring 78 goals including several successful seasons with full timers TNS.. 
   He has played for Newtown on four occasions and spent a brief spell with Cefn Druids, and turned out for Welling United in the Conference South.  Nicky joined Bangor from Newtown in January 2010.
   Despite being cuptied and therefore sidelined during the 2009-10 cup campaign, Nicky made a positive impression during the league matches and has become a firm favourite with the City faithful.
Dob: 30-11-1977  
12
  Chris
  Jones
   MIDFIELD


   A former Wrexham and Leeds United apprentice Chris Jones signed for Bangor during the summer of 2010 from local rivals Porthmadog.
   A Wales International at Under 19 & 20 level Chris spent a period on loan at Bournemouth before joining Limerick in The League of Ireland. Nefyn based he has also played in the Unibond League with Colwyn Bay and has totted up more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances with Caernarfon, Llangefni and Porthmadog.
   Chris is a goalscoring midfielder or striker who is highly rated by the Farrar Road camp.
Dob: 09-10-1985  
15
  Matty
  Hurdman
  MIDFIELD


   A promising young midfielder from Llanfairfechan, Matthew Hurdman joined Bangor from Wrexham FC in January 2010. At the Racecourse he has been a member of the academy system and played for the youth and reserve sides.
  Bangor born, Matthew spent a loan spell with Prestatyn Town scoring on debut at Cefn Druids on 15th January 2009. Earlier this season he impressed during a loan period with Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and has represtented Wales at Under 17 and 19 level.
Dob: 23-01-1991   
16
  Marc
  Limbert

   
MIDFIELD

   Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  
   With 75 of his 255 WP starts in a Bangor shirt Marc was the natural choice to step up to assistant manager when Alan Morgan moved on to Aberstwyth in the autumn of 2009.
Dob: 03-10-1973 
FORWARDS
7
  Eddie
  Jebb
   STRIKER


  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club seemed likely to restrict his first team outings. Eddie picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal during his first season with City.
Dob: 31-12-1981  
9
  Les
  Davies

   STRIKER


   Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  
   Les has more than 100 WP appearances for City and 170 in total, scoring in all 50 goals and has represented Wales both at Semi Professional level and Under 21 International. He has three Welsh Cup winners medals with Bangor, securing his third in a row at Parc Y Scarlets in May 2010 after an injury disrupted season.
Dob: 29-10-1984   
11
  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER


   A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  
   Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and
marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.
   Sion has 20 goals from 79 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup winners medals to his name.
Dob 01-08-1987   
14

  Alan
  Bull
   STRIKER


   Birkenhead born striker Alan Bull joined Bangor during the summer of 2010 having briefly linked up with coast rivals Colwyn Bay.
   Alan displayed his goalscoring prowess with Wirral based Cammell Laird FC and treads a well worn path from Lairds to Farrar Road. He made his Bangor debut in the Europa League away leg in Finland against Honka.
Dob 00-00-1900 
18

  Ashley
  Stott

   STRIKER

  Promising young striker Ashley Stott was signed from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides who made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.  
   In his three seasons with the club so far Ashley has netted 36 Welsh Premier goals from 70 starts
and caught the eye of Football League scouts.
Dob: 14-06-1988   
19

  John
  Owen
   STRIKER

   Bangor born John Owen broke into the City team at the end of the 2008-09 season and made such an impression manager Nev Powell rewarded the young striker with a two year contract.  John lives in Chwilog, a village close to Pwllheli and Porthmadog, marked his Welsh Premier debut at Newtown with a well taken goal.
   With injuries affecting his striking options manager Powell will have every confidence that the tall teenager will step up to the task when required.
Dob 18-08-1992  







Pen Pictures Archive 1999-2010



BANGOR CITY PENPICS 2009-10


 


GOALKEEPERS

  Paul
  Smith

    GOALKEEPER

   A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Paul had a total of 222 WP appearances including al 34 in his first season with Bangor.

BORN
  Chester
  6 June 1977

   Kyle
  Williams

     GOALKEEPER

   Promising young goalkeeper Kyle Williams joined City from Welsh National League side Penyffordd in December 2008.
   The Wrexham born stopper made his Welsh Premier debut in City's 3-1 win at Newtown in April 2009.
BORN
  Wrexham
  20 March 1989
DEFENCE

  Dave
  Swanick

   DEFENCE

   Birkenhead born defender Dave Swanick joined City in August 2007, ahead of the new campaign.
A tough tackling defender, his previous Welsh Premier club was Connahs Quay Nomads for whom he made 26 appearances in his only season, 2006-07.  
   Prior to switching into Welsh football Dave played for Conference sides Altrincham, Morecambe and Manchester based Woodley Sports.
   In November 2009 Dave was promoted to the position of player coach but sadly a month later rupture his achilles tendon and seems set to miss the remainder of the 2009-10 season.
BORN
  Birkenhead
  16 September 1979


 
Michael
  Johnston

   DEFENCE

   A Chester born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  During the summer of 2008 he was released by Rovers and wasted no time in signing for City on a permanent basis.  
   Michael, whose family originate from Mold, has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was voted the outstanding player in North Wales at the end of the 2007-08 season.

BORN
 Chester
  16 December 1987




  
Dave
  Morley

   DEFENCE
  St Helens born centreback Dave Morley began his career with Manchester City where he made he scored on debut against Bury in the (then) First Division (ie directly below the Premiership).  That was Dave's only league start for City but two more substitute appearances followed before a brief loan spell in Scotland with Ayr United. In 1998 he moved to Southend and made 63 league starts before heading north to Carlisle and 37 more starts.
   In 2001 a move to Oxford yielded 16 more league starts followed by 49 for Doncaster in the Conference before joining Macclesfield as captain and totalling 101 further league appearances.  One of his defensive team mates at Moss Rose was former Bangor defender Jim McNulty
   From 2007-09 Dave made more than 50 appearances for Conference North side Hyde United.
   A 6'2 centre half with vast Football League experience Dave is a welcome addition to the Bangor set up.

BORN
  St Helens, Lancs
  25 September 1977


  Chris

  Roberts

   DEFENCE
  Left footer Chris Roberts gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before stepping up to Unibond League side Colwyn Bay.  Chris moved to Rhyl via Cefn Druids and made more than 50 league starts at Belle Vue before signing for Bangor during the summer of 2009.
  He has quickly established himself as first choice leftback and impressed with some wholehearted performances in the opening months of the season.

BORN
  Wrexham
  14 August 1985

  Jamie
  Brewerton

   DEFENCE

    A St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno but is best known for his ten seasons at Belle Vue.
    Brewerton, capped by Wales at Under 18 level, made some 200 WP appearances for The Lilywhites but missed the entre 2006-07 season with knee ligament problems.  He returned to play in both legs of the Inter Toto Cup ties with Bohemians but - along with a handful of his team mates - was bound for pasture new at the final whistle.
    Jamie was appointed club captain in November 2009 and signed a contract extension a month later.
BORN
  St Asaph
  17 November 1979

  Peter
 
Hoy

   DEFENCE

   Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.
   He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore.
   Peter has become an integral member of the City side both with his versatility and occasionally causing havoc with his long throw!
BORN
  Liverpool
  6 May 1982
MIDFIELD

  Marc
  Limbert

    MIDFIELD

   Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  
   In November 2009 Marc was appointed player assistant manager and had moved onto 47 goals from 254 league starts in a distinguished career.
BORN
  Mancot, Deeside
  3 October 1973

  Craig
  Garside

   MIDFIELD

   A hugely talented midfielder Craig Garside re-signed for Bangor during the summer of 2009.  Craig has been with the blues in November 2004 but moved on after a Premier Cup appearance.
   His career began with Everton where he was
prominent at youth and reserve level, played in the 2002 FA Youth Cup Final for The Toffees. Capable of playing in defence or midfield, Craig has captained Wales at Under 15, 16 and 19 and gained an enviable reputation at those levels.

BORN
  Chester
  11 May 1985

  Mark
  Smyth

    MIDFIELD

   Versatile striker Mark Smyth first joined City from Morecambe having previously played for Accrington and Vauxhalls FC.  He began his career at Liverpool and made his first team debut against Tottenham in the Carling Cup in December 2005.
   Mark followed manager Steve Bleasdale to Leigh RMI but despite ending the season as the Conference strugglers leading goalscorer, he opted to return to Farrar Road during the summer of 2008 and then again a year later having rejoined the now entitled Leigh Genesis for the 2008-09 campaign.
   Mark has represented England at Youth and Under 20 International level.
BORN
  Liverpool
  9 January 1985



  Nicky
  Ward

    MIDFIELD
   An experienced attacking left footer Nicky Ward played for both Wrexham and Shrewsbury Town as a youth before moving into the Welsh Premier with Newtown during the 1998-99 season. Since this time Nicky has totted up 188 Welsh Premier league starts scoring 78 goals including several successful seasons with full timers TNS.. 
   He has played for Newtown on four occasions and spent a brief spell with Cefn Druids, and turned out for Welling United in the Conference South.  Nicky joined Bangor from Newtown in January 2010.
BORN
  Wrexham   30 November 1977


  Matthew
  Hurdman

    MIDFIELD
  A promising young midfielder from Llanfairfechan, Matthew Hurdman joined Bangor from Wrexham FC in January 2010. At the Racecourse he has been a member of the academy system and played for the youth and reserve sides.
  Bangor born, Matthew spent a loan spell with Prestatyn Town scoring on debut at Cefn Druids on 15th January 2009. Earlier this season he impressed during a loan period with Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and has represtented Wales at Under 17 and 19 level.
BORN
  Bangor
  23 January 1991


  Eddie
  Jebb

    MIDFIELD

  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club was likely to restrict his first team outings,

BORN
 
  31 December 1981
FORWARDS

  Les
  Davies

    STRIKER

   Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Bangor born Les had scored 40 goals in 137 League starts.
   Les has represented Wales at Semi Professional level and is an Under 21 International.
BORN
  Bangor
  29 October 1984

  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER

   A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  
   Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and
marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.
BORN
  Bangor
  1 August 1987


  Clive
  Williams

   STRIKER
   A promising young striker or defender Clive Allen Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club.
BORN
  Bangor
  1 January 1991



  Ashley
  Stott

   STRIKER
   Promising young striker Ashley Stott first joined City from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides and made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids. 
  However after 30 goals from 59 Welsh Premier starts for City the young striker joined Halifax Town where he again scored regularly. Ashley rejoined Bangor during the summer of 2009 and featured in the Europa Cup matches with Honka Espoo.
BORN
  Withington, Manchester
  14 June 1988



  Jamie
  Reed 

    STRIKER
   Twenty One year old Chester born striker Jamie Reed played and scored for The Blues in pre-season matches and was keen to sign for Nev Powell's side which he did in mid August.
    Jamie began his career with Wrexham FC where he made several substitute appearances for The Robins (or dragons) before teaming up with Glentoran and Tamworth on loan spells. Within Welsh football circles Jamie scored 22 goals from 41 starts (in total) for Aberystwyth and Rhyl as well as a brief time with Colwyn Bay.

BORN
  Chester
  18 August 1987


  John
  Owen

   STRIKER
   Bangor born John Owen broke into the City team at the end of the 2008-09 season and made such an impression manager Nev Powell rewarded the young striker with a two year contract.  John lives in Chwilog, a village close to Pwllheli and Porthmadog, marked his Welsh Premier debut at Newtown with a well taken goal.
   With injuries affecting his striking options manager Powell will have every confidence that the tall teenager will step up to the task when required.
BORN
  Bangor
  18 August 1992


 



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BANGOR CITY PENPICS 2008-09

 


GOALKEEPERS

  Paul
  Smith

    GOAL

   A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Paul had a total of 222 WP appearances including al 34 in his first season with Bangor.

Dob:  06-12-1977    

 
  James
  Firman

    GOAL

   Bermuda born goalkeeper James Firman signed for Bangor in January 2009.
   James, who was brought up in the USA, previously played for Eastbourne United and Bexhill United before moving to North Wales to study at University in Bangor.
Dob: 24-10-1988   
DEFENCE

  Dave
  Swanick

   Defence


   Birkenhead born defender Dave Swanick joined City in August 2007, ahead of the new campaign.
A tough tackling defender, his previous Welsh Premier club was Connahs Quay Nomads for whom he made 26 appearances in his only season, 2006-07.  
   Prior to switching into Welsh football Dave played for Conference sides Altrincham, Morecambe and Manchester based Woodley Sports.

Dob: 16-09-1979    

  Martin
  Beattie

   Defence


   A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined Bangor City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.  
   Since joining City Martin has operated mainly at leftback and totted up 80 Welsh Premier appearances

Dob: 18-01-1983   


 
Michael
  Johnston

   Defence

   A Liverpool born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  During the summer of 2008 he was released by Rovers and wasted no time in signing for City on a permanent basis.  
   Michael has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was voted the outstanding player in North Wales at the end of the 2007-08 season.

Dob: 16-12-1987   

  Jamie
  Brewerton

   Defence

    A 28 year old St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno but is best known for his ten seasons at Belle Vue.
    Brewerton, capped by Wales at Under 18 level, made some 200 WP appearances for The Lilywhites but missed the entre 2006-07 season with knee ligament problems.  He returned to play in both legs of the Inter Toto Cup ties with Bohemians but - along with a handful of his team mates - was bound for pasture new at the final whistle.

Dob: 17-11-1979   

  Peter
 
Hoy
  Defence


   Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.
   He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore

Dob: 06-05-1982   
MIDFIELD

  Marc
  Limbert

   MIDFIELD


   Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  
   At the start of the 2007-08 season Marc had scored 40 goals in 179 WP starts.
Dob: 03-10-1973 

  Michael
  Walsh

   MIDFIELD

   A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  
   He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides. Liverpool born but based in Prestatyn Mike has captained North Wales at Under 18 level.

Dob: 30-05-1986   

  Christian
  Seargeant

   MIDFIELD


   A gifted, creative midfielder Christian Seargeant joined Bangor after making seventeen Welsh Premier starts for coast rivals Connahs Quay.  Christian began his career at Everton - where he father Steve made some eighty first team appearances - and captained the reserves playing alongside the likes of Steve Wynne, Paul Hopkins, James Vaughan and Victor Anichebe.  
   Christian established himself in the Bangor midfield in his first season, scoring six goals from 25 WP starts.
Dob: 13-09-1986   

  Andy
  Mitchell
   MIDFIELD


   A promising midfielder Andy Mitchell joined Bangor in January 2009 having been released by Chester City.
   He had four Football League appearances to his name and
made his Bangor debut on 6th February 2009 in the Welsh Premier league visit of coast rivals Connahs Quay.
Dob: 18-04-1990   

  Alan
  Morgan

   
MIDFIELD

   Assistant manager Alan Morgan joined Bangor along with Nev Powell during the summer of 2007.  His playing career began with Tranmere Rovers for whom he made some seventy Football League appearances before moving into "non league" football with Altrincham, Doncaster and Morecambe.  
   In Welsh Premier circles Alan has been involved with Porthmadog, Cefn Druids, Rhyl and Connahs Quay before his move to Farrar Road where his involvement is primarily on the management side.

Dob: 02-11-1973   
FORWARDS

  Les
  Davies

   STRIKER


   Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Bangor born Les had scored 40 goals in 137 League starts.
   Les has represented Wales at Semi Professional level and is an Under 21 International.
Dob: 29-10-1984   

  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER


   A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  
   Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and
marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.
Dob: 01-08-1987   


  Chris
  Sharp

   STRIKER


   Northop based striker Chris Sharp joined City from coast rivals Rhyl in August 2008.  He made his Bangor debut on the opening day of the season against champions Llanelli and scored his first goal for the club the following week in the form of a hatrick at Porthmadog.
    After suffering a serous injury in the UEFA Cup tie with Suduva, Chris remained at Belle Vue but was released after he gained full fitness and followed in father Graeme's footsteps to Farrar Road.
Dob: 19-06-1986   

  Clive
  Williams

   STRIKER

   A promising young striker or defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club.
Dob: 01-01-1991   


  Caio
  Iwan

   STRIKER

   A young winger who lives in the Caernarfon area, Caio Iwan was on the bench for the first team against visitors Newtown on 15th December 2007 after some impressive displays for the reserves.
   He made his Welsh Premier debut as a second half substitute in the Boxing Day 2007 defeat of local rivals Caernarfon Town.
 Bangor born Caio has represented Wales Schoolboys at Under 18 level.
Dob: 07-07-1991  



  Kevin
  Lloyd

   STRIKER

   Promising young forward Kevin Lloyd joined City in September 2008 from local CA side Llangefni.
   Kevin played his youth football with Caernarfon Town but first caught the eye with Llangefni during their season in the Welsh Premier.  He scored their first ever WP goal and led the line in what was a difficutl season for the island side.  
Dob: 14-08-1989  



  Paul

  McManus 
   STRIKER
   A pacey young striker Paul McManus signed for City in January 2009 having been released by Chester City.
   The Liverpool born youngster has nearly 30 first team appearances for the Deva Stadium club and was highly rated by City followers.  Paul made his Bangor debut on 6th February 2009 in the Welsh Premier league visit of coast rivals Connahs Quay.
Dob: 22-04-1990 




 
  Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2008-09
UEFA CUP SQUAD  2008


GOALKEEPERS
1
  Paul
  Smith

    GOAL

   A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Paul had a total of 222 WP appearances including al 34 in his first season with Bangor.

Dob:  06-12-1977    
13
 
  Ben
  Heald

    GOAL

   Bangor born goalkeeper Ben Heald made his name in local football with some impressive displays for LlanfairPG in the Cymru Alliance.  Ben represented Anglesey in the 2007 Island Games on Rhodes and made one appearance for Caernarfon Town in the Welsh Premier league in 2006, before signing for City boss Nev Powell in July 2008.  
   Ben is a hugely promising young goalkeeper who is sure to benefit from the European experience.

Dob: 30-12-1986    
DEFENCE
2
  Dave
  Swanick

   Defence


   Birkenhead born defender Dave Swanick joined City in August 2007, ahead of the new campaign.
A tough tackling defender, his previous Welsh Premier club was Connahs Quay Nomads for whom he made 26 appearances in his only season, 2006-07.  
   Prior to switching into Welsh football Dave played for Conference sides Altrincham, Morecambe and Manchester based Woodley Sports.

Dob: 16-09-1979    
3
  Martin
  Beattie

   Defence


   A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined Bangor City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.  
   Since joining City Martin has operated mainly at leftback and totted up 80 Welsh Premier appearances

Dob: 18-01-1983   
17

 
Ben
  Ogilvy

   Defence
   

   A promising young defender who graduated from the Bangor academy Ben Ogilvy made his first team debut at Farrar Road against Airbus UK on 4th December 2004.  Ben is a composed left footer whose sure touch and natural ability seem to offer a bright future at Bangor City and beyond.
   He became the youngest player ever to represent City in forty years of European competition when he took the field against Dinaburg of Latvia in June 2005.
After more than a season away and brief spells with Aberystwyth and Caernarfon Town, Ben re-signed for Bangor in September 2007.
Dob: 16-12-1988   
12
  Lee
  Webber

   Defence

   Tall left footed centreback Lee Webber joined Bangor in October 2006 after a lengthy association with North Wales rivals Porthmadog. Lee has also played for his home town side St Helens Town.  At the start of the 2008-09 season Lee had 17 goals from 154 WP starts, 54 of them for Bangor.  
   Although he operated at leftback for a spell under the management of Steve Bleasdale, Lee normally plays as centre half.
   Dob: 22-02-1979  
4

 
Michael
  Johnston

   Defence

   A Liverpool born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  During the summer of 2008 he was released by Rovers and wated no time in signing for City on a permanent basis.  
   Michael has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was voted the outstanding player in North Wales at the end of the 2007-08 season.

Dob: 16-12-1987   
5
  Jamie
  Brewerton

   Defence

    A 28 year old St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno but is best known for his ten seasons at Belle Vue.
    Brewerton, capped by Wales at Under 18 level, made some 200 WP appearances for The Lilywhites but missed the entre 2006-07 season with knee ligament problems.  He returned to play in both legs of the Inter Toto Cup ties with Bohemians but - along with a handful of his team mates - was bound for pasture new at the final whistle.

Dob: 17-11-1979   
14
  Peter
 
Hoy
   Defence


   Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.
   He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore

Dob: 06-05-1982   
MIDFIELD
7
  Marc
  Limbert

   MIDFIELD


   Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  
   At the start of the 2007-08 season Marc had scored 40 goals in 179 WP starts.
Dob: 03-10-1973 
8
  Michael
  Walsh

   MIDFIELD

   A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  
   He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides. Liverpool born but based in Prestatyn Mike has captained North Wales at Under 18 level.

Dob: 30-05-1986   
21
  Joe
  Fowler

   MIDFIELD


   A Liverpool born midfielder Joe Fowler signed for City in JUly 2008 ahead of the UEFA Cup matches.
   Joe began his career as a Tranmere Rovers apprentice where he signed a professional contract and played along current blues defender Michael Johnston in the Rovers reserve side.  He gained Conference experience with Droylsden and Southport.  More recently Joe played in the Unibond with local rivals Colwyn Bay whom he joined from Barrow.
Dob: 19-08-1986  
6
  Christian
  Seargeant

   MIDFIELD


   A gifted, creative midfielder Christian Seargeant joined Bangor after making seventeen Welsh Premier starts for coast rivals Connahs Quay.  Christian began his career at Everton - where he father Steve made some eighty first team appearances - and captained the reserves playing alongside the likes of Steve Wynne, Paul Hopkins, James Vaughan and Victor Anichebe.  
   Christian established himself in the Bangor midfield in his first season, scoring six goals from 25 WP starts.
Dob: 13-09-1986   
16
 Mel
 McGinness

  MIDFIELD


   A hugely promising midfielder Mel McGinness joined Bangor in September 2006 having starred for both Holyhead Under 17s and Ynys Mon.  Mel made his first team debut in the Loosemores Cup against old enemy Caernarfon Town on 12th September aged sixteen and scored his first goal at The Oval a fortnight later.  
   Mel represented Wales Colleges during the 2006-067 season.

Dob: 27-02-1990   
22
  Alan
  Morgan

   
MIDFIELD

   Assistant manager Alan Morgan joined Bangor along with Nev Powell during the summer of 2007.  His playing career began with Tranmere Rovers for whom he made some seventy Football League appearances before moving into "non league" football with Altrincham, Doncaster and Morecambe.  
   In Welsh Premier circles Alan has been involved with Porthmadog, Cefn Druids, Rhyl and Connahs Quay before his move to Farrar Road where his involvement is primarily on the management side.

Dob: 02-11-1973   
FORWARDS
10
  Ashley
  Stott

   STRIKER


   Promising young striker Ashley Stott was signed from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides who made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.  
   In his two seasons with the club so far Ashley has netted 30 Welsh Premier goals from 59 starts
and caught the eye of Football League scouts.

Dob: 14-06-1988   
9
  Les
  Davies

   STRIKER


   Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  
   At the start of the 2008-09 season Bangor born Les had scored 40 goals in 137 League starts.
   Les has represented Wales at Semi Professional level and is an Under 21 International.
Dob: 29-10-1984   
11
  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER


   A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  
   Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and
marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.
Dob 01-08-1987   
19

  Karl
  Noon

   STRIKER


   A former Liverpool and Tranmere Rovers youngster Karl Noon joined Bangor City from Southport in January 2008.  After being released by the Anfield club Karl played for Prescott Cables, Bamber Bridge and Marine before linking up with former blues boss Peter Davenport at Haig Avenue.  
   A dangerous attacker who can play upfront or on either side of midfield, Karl can unhinge defences with his
pace and movement on and off the ball.

Dob 15-09-1986  
20
  Clive
  Williams

   STRIKER

   A promising young striker Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club.
Dob 01-01-1991   
15


  Marc
  Smyth

   STRIKER

   Versatile striker Mark Smyth first joined City from Morecambe having previously played for Accrington and Vauxhalls FC.  He began his career at Liverpool and made his first team debut against Tottenham in the Carling Cup in December 2005.
   Mark followed manager Steve Bleasdale to Leigh RMI but despite ending the season as the Conference strugglers leading goalscorer, he opted to return to Farrar Road during the summer of 2008.
   Mark has represented England at Youth and Under 20 International level.

Dob 09-01-1985  
18

  Caio
  Iwan

   STRIKER

   A young winger who lives in the Caernarfon area, Caio Iwan was on the bench for the first team against visitors Newtown on 15th December 2007 after some impressive displays for the reserves.
   He made his Welsh Premier debut as a second half substitute in the Boxing Day 2007 defeat of local rivals Caernarfon Town.
 Bangor born Caio has represented Wales Schoolboys at Under 18 level.
Dob 07-07-1991  





 
Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2007-08

  Paul
  Smith

   GOALKEEPER

A former TNS and Colwyn Bay goalkeeper Paul Smith's outstanding performances were a feature of the Rhyl side of 2004.   In July 2005, after around 80 WP starts, he moved to Connahs Quay  where he made another 60 WP appearances before following manager Nev Powell to Bangor City in June 2007.  At the start of the 2007-08 season Paul had a total of 188 WP appearances.

Dob:  06-12-1977  
  Andrew
  Price

   GOALKEEPER

Goalkeeper Andrew Price made his first appearance for Bangor in the Welsh Premiership match at Llansantffraid in September 2005, and went on to play 26 league games before leaving the club.   He returned to Farrar Road in January 2008 initially as cover for Paul Smith.  A talented young 'keeper Andrew began his professional career with Bolton Wanderers and has also played for Marine FC.

Dob: 24-07-1985    
  Anthony
  Wilson

   Defence

Promising young defender Anthony Wilson has graduated from the club's academy side and made his first team debut as a sixteen year old in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.  Anthony has played for Wales Colleges in their annual fixture against England and is seen as a highly promising talent within the club.

Dob: 29-12-1989  
  Dave
  Swannick

   Defence

Birkenhead born defender Dave Swanick joined City in August 2007, ahead of the new campaign.
A tough tackling defender, his previous Welsh Premier club was Connahs Quay Nomads for whom he made 26 appearances in his only season, 2006-07.  Prior to switching into Welsh football Dave played for Conference sides Altrincham, Morecambe and Manchester based Woodley Sports.

Dob: 16-09-1979  

 
Ben
  Ogilvy

   Defence
   
A promising young defender who graduated from the Bangor academy Ben Ogilvy made his first team debut at Farrar Road against Airbus UK on 4th December 2004.  Ben is a composed left footer whose sure touch and natural ability seem to offer a bright future at Bangor City and beyond. He became the youngest player ever to represent City in forty years of European competition when he took the field against Dinaburg of Latvia in June 2005. After more than a season away and brief spells with Aberystwyth and Caernarfon Town, Ben re-signed for Bangor in September 2007.

Dob: 16-12-1988 
  Lee
  Webber

   Defence
Tall left footed centreback Lee Webber joined Bangor in October 2006 after a lengthy association with North Wales rivals Porthmadog. Lee has also played for his home town side St Helens Town.  At the start of the 2007-08 season Lee had 15 goals from 125 WP starts, 25 of them for Bangor.

   Dob: 22-02-1979  
  Michael
  Johnston

   Defence
A Liverpool born centre back, Michael Johnston moved to Farrar Road on a loan period from Tranmere Rovers just before the September 2007 transfer window.  He has represented Wales and Under 17 and 19 level and was a regular member of the Rovers reserve team.

Dob: 16-12-1987  
  Martin
 
Beattie
   Defence

A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.

Dob: 18-01-1983  
  Peter
 
Hoy
   Defence

Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield. He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore

Dob: 06-05-1982  
  Marc
  Limbert

   MIDFIELD

Mancot born midfielder Marc Limbert began his career as an Everton apprentice before making 16 League appearances for Chester City in the early 1990s.  He then spent three seasons with Connahs Quay before moving to Colwyn Bay and Altrincham before settling at Rhyl where he played for a further three years.  During the 2006-07 season Marc was back at Connahs Quay but moved to Farrar Road in June 2007 after the appointment of Nev Powell.  At the start of the 2007-08 season Marc had scored 40 goals in 179 WP starts.

Dob: 03-10-1973 
  Michael
  Walsh

   MIDFIELD
A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides. Liverpool born but based in Prestatyn Mike has captained North Wales at Under 18 level.

Dob: 30-05-1986  
  Craig
 Hutchinson

   MIDFIELD

Whitehaven born midfielder Craig Hutchinson signed for Bangor in August 2007 after nine years with Connahs Quay.  Craig  began his career with a four year stint at Holywell Town - broken only by a handful of games for Llansantffraid.  A competitive and robust midfielder he has 26 goals from 322 WP starts as the 2007-08 campaign begins.

Dob: 28-01-1973 
  Christian
  Seargeant

   MIDFIELD

A hard working, creative midfielder Christian Seargeant joined Bangor after making seventeen Welsh Premier starts for coast rivals Connahs Quay.  Christian began his career at Everton - where he father Steve made some eighty first team appearances - and captained the reserves playing alongside the likes of Steve Wynne, Paul Hopkins, James Vaughan and Victor Anichebe.  

Dob: 13-09-1986  
  Mel
 McGinness

   MIDFIELD

A hugely promising midfielder Mel McGinness joined Bangor in September 2006 having starred for both Holyhead Under 17s and Ynys Mon.  Mel made his first team debut in the Loosemores Cup against old enemy Caernarfon Town on 12th September aged sixteen and scored his first goal at The Oval a fortnight later.  Mel represented Wales Colleges during the 2006-067 season.

Dob: 27-02-1990  
  Kieran
  Killackey

   
MIDFIELD
Midfielder Kieran Killackey signed for Bangor in January 2006 and made his debut in Clayton Blackmore's first match in charge, the visit of TNS on Sunday 22nd January and scored his first goal a week later at Port Talbot.  He graduated through the youth system at Accrington Stanley and after Conference experience with Stanley moved to Farrar Road from Altrincham.

Dob: 12-07-1985  
  Ashley
  Stott

   STRIKER

Promising young striker Ashley Stott was signed from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides who made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.  In his first - and only season to date - Ashley scored 11 goals from 29 League starts.

Dob: 14-06-1988 
  Les
  Davies

   STRIKER

Giant left winger Les Davies resigned for his home "town" side Bangor City in June 2007 to the delight of the blues faithful.  Les had first joined City in November 2003 after some eye catching displays for Glantraeth. However after around 50 WP appearances for Bangor he moved to Porthmadog where he netted 18 goals in 62 WP starts.  At the start of the 2007-08 season Les had scored 30 goals in 105 League starts.
Les has represented Wales at Semi Professional level and is an Under 21 International.

Dob: 29-10-1984 
  Sion
  Edwards

   STRIKER

A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob 01-08-1987  
  Karl
  Noon

   STRIKER

A former Liverpool and Tranmere Rovers youngster Karl Noon joined Bangor City from Southport in January 2008.  After being released by the Anfield club Karl played for Prescott Cables, Bamber Bridge and Marine before linking up with former blues boss Peter Davenport at Haig Avenue.  A pacey attacking player who can play upfront or on either side of midfield, Karl should press for a first team berth.

Dob 15-09-1986  


 

Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2006-07
AFTER THE APPOINTMENT OF STEVE BLEASDALE


  Ian
  Havard

  Goalkeeper

Teenage goalkeeper Ian Havard signed in March 2006 following his release by Shrewsbury Town where he been a member of their Walford based academy side and trained alongside the highly rated Joe Hart..  A native of Ludlow, Ian also signed Unibond forms with coast rivals Colwyn Bay but established himself as the first choice goalkeeper at Farrar Road by the start of the 2006-07 season.

Dob: 14-10-1987  

  Steve
  Wynne

   Defence

A skilful, attacking fullback Steve Wynne joined Bangor from Marine where he made half a dozen first team appearances this season.   Steve began his career as at Everton where he was in the same Under 17s side as the club's youngest ever goalscorer James Vaughan. Steve also appeared regularly at rightback for Everton reserves alongside the likes of Richard Wright and Jamie McFadden. At the start of the 2005-6 season the young defender broke into the first team squad and was given the Number 32 shirt, but after failing to make the final step into the first team itself was released in May 2006.

Dob: 08-12-1986  
  Anthony
  Wilson

   Defence

Promising young defender Anthony Wilson has graduated from the club's academy side and made his first team debut as a sixteen year old in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob: 29-12-1989  
  Tyrone
  Grant

   Defence

Defensive signing Tyrone Grant joined Bangor in February 2007 from Salford City.  Tyrone began his career with on Manchester City academy before joining Runcorn in December 2004.  He has since played for Woodley Sports

Dob: 08-10-1988  
  Paul
  O'Neill

   Defence
After a brief loan spell in 2002 Paul O'Neill returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 follwing a stint in Scottish football with Gretna.  Bolton born Paul began his career with Macclesfield for whom he made 36 League appearances before moving over the border in July 2003.  This season he has been on loan with Northwich Victoria and Scarborough.  Paul is a no nonesense centrehalf who made his Football League debut as a 17 year old.

Dob: 17-06-1982  
  Lee
  Webber

   Defence
Tall left footed centreback Lee Webber joined Bangor in October 2006 after a lengthy association with North Wales rivals Porthmadog. Lee has also played for St Helens Town.

   Dob: 22-02-1979  
  Martin
  Beattie

   Defence

A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.

Dob: 18-01-1983  
  Peter
  Hoy

   Defence

Versatile defender Peter Hoy first signed for Bangor under the reign of Peter Davenport from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield. He has since enjoyed a season long spell with local rivals Rhyl before rejoining City in November 2007 shortly after the departure of Clayton Blackmore

Dob: 06-05-1982  
  Kevin
  Scott

   Defence

Chirk based left footer Kevin Scott first joined City from Caersws in September 2004 and rejoined the club from Lex in November 2006.  Kevin's previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Oswestry town and Cefn Druids where he gained a reputation as a goalscorer and clean striker of a football.  Has operated at left fullback and leftwing since moving to Farrar Road.

Dob: 12-07-1977  
  Tony
  Cann

   Midfield

Promising young midfielder Tony Cann  - who can also play in defence - signed during February 2007 from West Cheshire League side St Werburghs. Tony began his career with WP rivals Connahs Quay where he graduated form the Nomads youth set up.

Dob: 06-07-1987 
  Michael
  Walsh
   Midfield
A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides.

Dob: 30-05-1986  
  Kyle
  Jacobs
   Midfield
Midfielder Kyle Jacobs joined City from Macclesfield Town in September 2006.  He began his career at Oldham Athletic and spent a season with Mansfield Town where he made half a dozen first team appearances before moving to Moss Rose in August 2006.

Dob: 18-10-1986  
  James
  Scales
   Midfield
Midfielder James Scales joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay at the start of February 2007.  James began his career with Chester City where he represented the youth and reserve sides.  He has also played for Lancaster City and Morecambe.

Dob: 04-11-1987  
Mark
Cadwallader
   Midfield
Utility player Mark Cadwallder who signed for City from Lancaster in March 2007.  Mark began his career at Chester City where he was a member fo the club's youth and reserve sides.

Dob: 08-07-1988  
  Ricky
  Evans

   Midfield

Powerful midfielder Ricky Evans rejoined City in July 2006 after swapping clubs including Caersws and Rhyl.
A hugely talented ball player Ricky began his career at Oldham Athletic but moved into WP football with Flint Town. He has since amassed more than 200 league apperances scoring 29 goals - often with his trademark long range cannonball shots.  Scored twice for City in June 2003 in the away leg of the Inter Toto match against Gloria Bistrita.
Ricky is a big favourite with Bangor fans and has represented the Wales Semi Professional side.


Dob: 24-09-1976  
  Mel
  McGinness

   Midfield

A hugely proming midfielder Mel McGinness joined Bangor in September 2006 having starred for Holyhead  Under 17s and Ynys Mon.  Mel made his first team debut in the Loosemores Cup against old enemy Caernarfon Town on 12th September aged sixteen and scored his first goal at The Oval a fortnight later.  Mel represented Wales Colleges during the 2006-067 season.

Dob: 27-02-1990  
  Kieran
  Killackey

   Midfield

Midfielder Kieran Killackey signed for Bangor in January 2006 and made his debut in Clayton Blackmore's first match in charge, the visit of TNS on Sunday 22nd January and scored his first goal a week later at Port Talbot.  He graduated through the youth system at Accrington Stanley and after Conference experience with Stanley moved to Farrar Road from Altrincham.

Dob: 12-07-1985  
  Karim
  Alan

   Midfield

Blackburn born of Turkish/Italian and English ancestry Karim Alan signed for Bangor on the last day of August
2006 from Turkish club Besiktas AS.  From 12-16 years he was on Liverpool's books, and has also played for Altrincham.  Alan has four Turkish international caps at U-19 level and can play in midfield or attack.


Dob: 29-03-1985  
  Mark
  Smyth

   Midfield

Left winger Mark Smyth has joined City from Morecambe having previously played for Accrington and Vauxhalls FC.  He began his career at Liverpool and made his first team debut against Tottenham in the Carling Cup in December 2005. Mark has represented England at Youth and Under 20 level.

Dob:  09-01-1985  
  Paul
  Hopkins

   Striker
Goalscorer Paul Hopkins has returned to his Liverpool home after a spell with Waterford in the Eircom League.  He began his career at Everton and made half a dozen first team appearances for Darlington during a loan spell last season.  Whilst with The Toffees the young striker represnted England at Under 18,19 and 20 level.

Dob:  29-11-1986  
  Steve
  Bowes

   Striker
Striker Steve Bowes has scored for fun this season for CA newcomers Prestatyn Town.  He is a Birmingham born striker whose played for West Bromwich Albion and Notts Forest youth sides.  Steve has netted nineteen times for the Bastion Road side so far this season and grabbed the headlines with a seven goals haul against Queens Park.

Dob: 26-04-1986  
  Ashley
  Stott

   Striker

Promising young striker Ashley Stott was signed from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides who made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob: 14-06-1988 
  Marc
  Lloyd
  Williams

 
 Striker

Back for a third spell with Bangor City the ever popular Marc Lloyd Williams returned to the club in July 2006 after breaking goalscoring records with full timers TNS.  Better known as Jiws, the Bangor born striker began his career with Porthmadog but quickly moved to Farrar Road under the management of Nigel Adkins.  Has enjoyed Football League experience with York, Halifax and Stockport and netted 236 Welsh Premiership goals including 130 for Bangor, holding both the league and club goalscoring records.

Dob 08-02-1973  
  Sion
  Edwards

   Striker

A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob 01-08-1987  
  Marco
  Adaggio
   Striker
Promising striker Marco Adaggio signed for Bangor during the transfer window in January 2007 after his release from Shrewsbury Town.  Marco was on the Shrews academy set up and was a regular member of his home town side's youth and reserve teams.

Dob 06-10.1987 


 
Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2006-07
AS INHERITED BY STEVE BLEASDALE

  Ian
  Havard

  Goalkeeper

Teenage goalkeeper Ian Havard signed in March 2006 following his release by Shrewsbury Town where he been a member of their Walford based academy side and trained alongside the highly rated Joe Hart..  A native of Ludlow, Ian also signed Unibond forms with coast rivals Colwyn Bay but established himself as the first choice goalkeeper at Farrar Road by the start of the 2006-07 season.

Dob: 14-10-1987  
  Jon
  Newell

   Defence

Tenacious and tough tackling defender Jon Newell joined Bangor during the summer of 2006 having previously played for local junior clubs Llanrug United and Bethel.  He made his WP debut against Airbus at Farrar Road on 2nd September 2006.

Dob: 09-04-1980  
  Clayton
  Blackmore
   Defence
An experienced defender or midfielder Clayton Blackmore is well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Cup Winners medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Joined Bangor under the management of Meirion Appleton and has since made 109 WP appearances for City.  Other English League clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County. 
A Welsh International (39 Caps)

Dob: 23-09-1964  
  James
  Marsden

   Defence

Young defender James Marsden was signed from Altrincham during the summer of 2006 where he was captain of The Robins reserve side.  Made his first team debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob: 22-06-1985  
  Anthony
  Wilson

   Defence

Promising young defender Anthony Wilson has graduated from the club's academy side and made his first team debut as a sixteen year old in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob: 29-12-1989  
  Paul
  O'Neill

   Defence
After a brief loan spell in 2002 Paul O'Neill returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 follwing a stint in Scottish football with Gretna.  Bolton born Paul began his career with Macclesfield for whom he made 36 League appearances before moving over the border in July 2003.  This season he has been on loan with Northwich Victoria and Scarborough.  Paul is a no nonesense centrehalf who made his Football League debut as a 17 year old.

Dob: 17-06-1982  
  Carl
  Gleaves

   Defence

A tall central defender Carl Gleaves joined City in September 2006 from Bamber Bridge of the Unibond League. Carl began his career with Bury and made his Welsh Premiership debut at Carmarthen on 16th September 2006.

Dob: 01-10-1981  
  Adam
  Docker

   
Defence

Towering centre half Adam Docker joined Bangor from Conference side Altrincham in February 2006. 6'3 tall, Adam was a regular member of the Bury FC youth team three years ago and has since played for Chaddeton in the North West Counties League and Runcorn Halton.

Dob 17-11-1985  

  Barry
  Jones

   Defence

Defender Barry Jones made more than 400 English Football League appearances for a Wrexham and York City having began his acareer as a Liverpool apprentice.  He then played more than 100 matches for Southport in the Conference and Northern Premier League before suffering an injury with his home town side Prescot Cables.  At both York and Southport Jones was a team mate of City striker Marc Lloyd Williams.  Barry signed for Bangor City at the end of August 2006 and made his WP debut against Airbus UK a week later.

Dob 30-06-1970  
  Martin
  Beattie

   Defence

A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.

Dob: 18-01-1983  
  Kevin
  Scott

   Defence

Chirk based left footer Kevin Scott first joined City from Caersws in September 2004 and rejoined the club from Lex in November 2006.  Kevin's previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Oswestry town and Cefn Druids where he gained a reputation as a goalscorer and clean striker of a football.  Has operated at left fullback and leftwing since moving to Farrar Road.

Dob: 12-07-1977  
  Peter
  Wyn Jones

   Midfield

Promising young midfielder Peter Wyn Jones  - who can also play in defence - signed during the summer of 2006 from local rivals LlanfairPG where he is a member of their Cymru Alliance squad.  Made his first team debut in the Loosemores Cup tie at Rhyl in September 2006.

Dob: 23-08-1986 
  Michael
  Walsh
   Midfield
A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides.

Dob: 30-05-1986  
  Kyle
  Jacobs
   Midfield
Midfielder Kyle Jacobs joined City from Macclesfield Town in September 2006.  He began his career at Oldham Athletic and spent a season with Mansfield Town where he made half a dozen first team appearances before moving to Moss Rose in August 2006.

Dob: 18-10-1986  
  Ricky
  Evans

   Midfield

Powerful midfielder Ricky Evans rejoined City in July 2006 after swapping clubs including Caersws and Rhyl.
A hugely talented ball player Ricky began his career at Oldham Athletic but moved into WP football with Flint Town. He has since amassed more than 200 league apperances scoring 29 goals - often with his trademark long range cannonball shots.  Scored twice for City in June 2003 in the away leg of the Inter Toto match against Gloria Bistrita.
Ricky is a big favourite with Bangor fans and has represented the Wales Semi Professional side.


Dob: 24-09-1976  
  Mel
  McGinness

   Midfield

A hugely proming midfielder Mel McGinness joined Bangor in September 2006 having starred for Holyhead  Under 17s and Ynys Mon.  Mel made his first team debut in the Loosemores Cup against old enemy Caernarfon Town on 12th September aged sixteen and scored his first goal at The Oval a fortnight later.

Dob: 27-02-1990  
  Kieran
  Killackey

   Midfield

Midfielder Kieran Killackey signed for Bangor in January 2006 and made his debut in Clayton Blackmore's first match in charge, the visit of TNS on Sunday 22nd January and scored his first goal a week later at Port Talbot.  He graduated through the youth system at Accrington Stanley and after Conference experience with Stanley moved to Farrar Road from Altrincham.

Dob: 12-07-1985  
  Karim
  Alan

   Midfield

Blackburn born of Turkish/Italian and English ancestry Karim Alan signed for Bangor on the last day of August
2006 from Turkish club Besiktas AS.  From 12-16 years he was on Liverpool's books, and has also played for Altrincham.  Alan has four Turkish international caps at U-19 level and can play in midfield or attack.


Dob: 29-03-1985  
  Ashley
  Stott

   Striker

Promising young striker Ashley Stott was signed from Altincham in July 2006.  Ashley was a member of the Preston North End youth and reserve sides who made his Bangor debut in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob: 14-06-1988 
  Paul  
  Roberts

   Striker
Cricieth based Paul Roberts was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme, having scored 14 goals for The Traeth club.  Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.  He also netted the solitary goal in the 1-0 win over Sartid Smederevo in the 2002-03 UEFA Cup at Wrexham.  Paul began the 2004-05 season on 49 WP goals for City from 127 appearances.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

Dob: 29-07-1977  
  Marc
  Lloyd
  Williams

 
 Striker

Back for a third spell with Bangor City the ever popular Marc Lloyd Williams returned to the club in July 2006 after breaking goalscoring records with full timers TNS.  Better known as Jiws, the Bangor born striker began his career with Porthmadog but quickly moved to Farrar Road under the management of Nigel Adkins.  Has enjoyed Football League experience with York, Halifax and Stockport and netted 236 Welsh Premiership goals including 130 for Bangor, holding both the league and club goalscoring records.

Dob 08-02-1973  
  Sion
  Edwards

   Striker

A skilful left winger of midfielder Sion Edwards signed for City after his release by Wrexham FC in the summer of 2006.  At the Racecourse he gained youth and reserve experience.  Bangor based Sion first came into football through the respected Penrhosgarnedd youth system and marked his first team debut with a brace of goals in the opening Welsh Premiership match of 2006-07 against NEWI Cefn Druids.

Dob 01-08-1987  
  Carl
  Jones

   Striker
Skilful left winger Carl Jones went to Ysgol Glan Y Mor in Pwllheli before moving to Cardiff City via the Bangor City academy.  Carl has played for Cardiff reserves and starred for Wales Under 16s during the 2004-05 season.  He re-signed for City in March 2006 and is a talented member of a youthful squad.

Dob 30-06.1989 
  Lee
  Hogkinson

   Striker

A powerful striker Lee Hodgkinson is an RAF Flying Officer based at Valley on Anglesey.  He joined Bangor during the summer of 2006 having previously played for The RAF and his local club Selby Town.  Lee made his first team debut on Tuesday 22nd August against Porthmadog in the Loosemores Cup.

Dob 12-09.1983 


 
Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2005-06
End of The Season
   Andrew
   Price

   Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper Andrew Price made his first appearance for Bangor in the Welsh Premiership match at Llansantffraid in September 2005.  A talented young 'keeper Andrew began his professional career with Bolton Wanderers and has also played for Marine FC.

Dob: 24-07-1985  
  Darren
  Owen

   Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper signed in March 2005, initially as cover for Phil Priestley, bangor based Darren Owen had previously played for Glantraeth in the Cymru Alliance and Bethesda of the Welsh Alliance.  His older brother Mike Owen - also a goalkeeper - played for City a decade earlier.

Dob: 23-12-1970  
  Ian
  Havard

  Goalkeeper

Teenage goalkeeper Ian Havard signed in March 2006 following his release by Shrewsbury Town where he been a member of their Walford based academy side.  A native of Ludlow, Ian has also signed Unibond forms with coast rivals Colwyn Bay and earned some positive reports during his handful of performances so far.

Dob: 14-10-1987  
  Clayton
  Blackmore
   Defence
An experienced defender or midfielder Clayton Blackmore is well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Cup Winners medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Joined Bangor under the management of Meirion Appleton and has since made 109 WP appearances for City.  Other English League clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County. 
A Welsh International (39 Caps)

Dob: 23-09-1964  
  Ben
  Ogilvy

   Defence
A sixteen year old who graduated from the Bangor academy Ben Ogilvy made his first team debut at Farrar Road against Airbus UK on 4th December 2004.  Ben is a composed left footer whose sure touch and natural ability seem to offer a bright future at Bangor City and beyond.

Dob: 12-11-1988  
  Paul
  O'Neill

   Defence
After a brief loan spell in 2002 Paul O'Neill returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 follwing a stint in Scottish football with Gretna.  Bolton born Paul began his career with Macclesfield for whom he made 36 League appearances before moving over the border in July 2003.  This season he has been on loan with Northwich Victoria and Scarborough.  Paul is a no nonesense centrehalf who made his Football League debut as a 17 year old.

Dob: 17-06-1982  
  Adam
  Docker

 
Striker

Towering centre half Adam Docker joined Bangor from Conference side Altrincham in February 2006. 6'3 tall, Adam was a regular member of the Bury FC youth team three years ago and has since played for Chaddeton in the North West Counties League and Runcorn Halton.

Dob 17-11-1985  
  Tommy
  Harrison

   Defence

Left sided defender Tommy Harrison signed for Bangor in January 2006 and made his debut against TNS on 22nd January 2006 in Clayton Blackmore's first game in charge. He previously gained Welsh Premier experience with Welshpool Town and played for Atherton in the North West Counties League and joined City from Denbigh Town where was playing at centre half.

Dob: 20-05-1982  
  Martin
  Beattie

   Midfield

A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.

Dob: 18-01-1983  
  Kyle
  Jones

   Midfield

A promising youngster Kyle Jones made his first appearances in a Bangor shirt prior to the 2005-06 season, playing mainly in midfield.  Kyle, who was on Chester City's books as a schoolboy can play in defence or midfield.  Emerged during the season as an important and reliable member of the first team set up at Farrar Road.

Dob: 03-09-1987  
  Michael
  Walsh
   Midfield
A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides.

Dob: 30-05-1986  
  Chris
  Priest

   Midfield
Leigh born midfielder Chris Priest began his football career in 1992 as an Everton apprentice before joining Chester City in 1994-95 for whom he made 167 League appearances.  During the summer of 1999 he moved to Macclesfield where he played a further 150 League matches for The Silkmen, a career total of 317.
  During the 2003-04 season Chris was first team captain following the dismissal of manager David Moss but was then surprisingly released by new manager Brian Horton at the end of the season
.

Dob: 18-10-1973 
  Layton
  Maxwell

   Midfield

Midfielder Layton Maxwell began his career as an academy player at Liverpool FC and signed professional forms in July 1999,  scoring on his only first team appearance against Hull City in the Worthington Cup two months later.  A first team shirt at Anfield proved elusive and the St Asaph born schemer moved to Cardiff in July 2001 after a season long loan spell at Stockport County.  Leyton made a total of 38 League appearances for Cardiff before playing once for Swansea City and then Mansfield.  His English League record shows 58 appearances plus another 15 in various cups, scoring 3 League goals plus one in the cup matches.  He has played 15 WP matches for Barry, Rhyl and Carmarthen.
A Welsh Under 21 International (14 caps)

Dob: 03-10-1979  
  Kieran
  Killackey

   Midfield

Midfielder Kieran Killackey signed for Bangor in January 2006 and made his debut in Clayton Blackmore's first match in charge, the visit of TNS on Sunday 22nd January and scored his first goal a week later at Port Talbot.  He graduated through the youth system at Accrington Stanley and after Conference experience with Stanley moved to Farrar Road from Altrincham.

Dob: 12-07-1985  
  Paul  
  Roberts

   Striker
Cricieth based Paul Roberts was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme, having scored 14 goals for The Traeth club.  Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.  He also netted the solitary goal in the 1-0 win over Sartid Smederevo in the 2002-03 UEFA Cup at Wrexham.  Paul began the 2004-05 season on 49 WP goals for City from 127 appearances.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

        Dob: 29-07-1977  
  Darren
  Gowans

  Striker

Promising young left winger  Darren Gowans joined City during the Autumn of 2005 to play in the Under 21 league. Darren quickly made a positive impression on manager Peter Davenport with his close control and cleanly hit crosses and was promoted to the first team squad.  Darren is also registered with Anglesey based Cymru Alliance club Glantraeth.

Dob: 30-11-1985  
  Carl
  Lamb

   Striker

A goal on debut at Welshpool on St Davids day marked the arrival of Carl Lamb, a week after his arrival from Cammell Laird FC. Carl has also played for Unibond side Vauxhall FC and Ashville and was involved with Chester City as a youngster.

Dob: 10-11-1984  
  Kwame
  Barnett

 
 Striker

Twenty two year old Kwame Barnett joined City in March 2006 and made his WP debut against Port Talbot at Farrar Road on Saturday 25th March.  A powerful striker, Kwame has experience with Lancs & Cheshire Amateur League side Fletcher Moss Rangers and was a member of the Altrincham reserve side.

Dob 19-11-1983  
  Mike
  Burke

  Striker

Pacey young striker Mike Burke joined City just before the start of the 2005-06 season from Ashville Youth.  He made his first team debut as a second half substitute in the Welsh Premiership match at Llansantffraid and caught the eye with a late two goal blast against Aberystwyth at Farrar Road in November 2005.

Dob 29-07-1988  
  Carl
  Jones

  Striker
Skilful left winger who went to Ysgol Glan Y Mor in Pwllheli before moving to Cardiff City via the Bangor City academy.  Carl has played for Cardiff reserves and starred for Wales Under 16s during the 2004-05 season.  He re-signed for City in March 2006 and is the youngest member of a youthful squad.

Dob 30-06.1989 




Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2005-06
JANUARY 2006 AS INHERITED BY CLAYTON BLACKMORE
   Andrew
   Price

   Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper Andrew Price made his first appearance for Bangor in the Welsh Premiership match at Llansantffraid in September 2005.  A talented young 'keeper Andrew began his career with Bolton Wanderers, has also played for Marine FC.

Dob: 24-07-1985  
  Darren
  Owen

   Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper signed in March 2005, initially as cover for Phil Priestley, bangor based Darren Owen had previously played for Glantraeth in the Cymru Alliance and Bethesda of the Welsh Alliance.  His older brother Mike Owen - also a goalkeeper - played for City a decade earlier.

Dob: 23-12-1970  

  Clayton
  Blackmore
   Defence
An experienced defender or midfielder Clayton Blackmore is well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Cup Winners medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Joined Bangor under the management of Meirion Appleton and has since made 109 WP appearances for City.  Other English League clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County. 
A Welsh International (39 Caps)

Dob: 23-09-1964  
  Ben
  Ogilvy

   Defence
A sixteen year old who graduated from the Bangor academy Ben Ogilvy made his first team debut at Farrar Road against Airbus UK on 4th December 2004.  Ben is a composed left footer whose sure touch and natural ability seem to offer a bright future at Bangor City and beyond.

Dob: 12-11-1988  

  Paul
  O'Neill

   Defence
After a brief loan spell in 2002 Paul O'Neill returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 follwing a stint in Scottish football with Gretna.  Bolton born Paul began his career with Macclesfield for whom he made 36 League appearances before moving over the border in July 2003.  This season he has been on loan with Northwich Victoria and Scarborough.  Paul is a no nonesense centrehalf who made his Football League debut as a 17 year old.

Dob: 17-06-1982  

  Lee
  Martin

   Defence

Best remembered by Manchester United followers for his winning goal against Crystal Palace in the 1990 FA Cup replay, Lee Martin spent eight seasons at Old Trafford under Ron Atkinson and then Sir Alex Ferguson making 114 first team appearances including 73 in the First Divison/Premier League.  In 1994 he moved to Glasgow Celtic making twenty first team appearances before shorter stays at Bristol Rovers and Huddersfield.  The famous Wembley goal won Alex Ferguson his first Manchester United trophy.
An English Under 21 International. 

Dob: 05-02-1968  
  Martin
  Beattie

   Midfield

A versatile left footer Martin Beattie joined City from Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids at the start of the 2005-06 season, having previously played for West Kirby and Nantwich Town.  At Cefn, Martin played at leftback and sweeper.

Dob: 18-01-1983  
  Kyle
  Jones

   Midfield

A promising youngster Kyle Jones made his first appearances in a Bangor shirt prior to the 2005-06 season, playing mainly in midfield.  Kyle, who was on Chester City's books as a schoolboy can play in defence or midfield.

Dob: 03-09-1987  
  Michael
  Walsh
   Midfield
 A former Chester City youngster Mike Walsh joined Bangor in September 2005 after a brief spell with coast rivals Rhyl.  Mike made five League appearances for The Seals as well as one outing in the FA Cup.  He scored one league goal against Southend in March 2005.  He was a regular member of Chester's reserve and youth sides.

Dob: 30-05-1986  
  Chris
  Priest

   Midfield
Leigh born midfielder Chris Priest began his football career in 1992 as an Everton apprentice before joining Chester City in 1994-95 for whom he made 167 League appearances.  During the summer of 1999 he moved to Macclesfield where he played a further 150 League matches for The Silkmen, a career total of 317.
  During the 2003-04 season Chris was first team captain following the dismissal of manager David Moss but was then surprisingly released by new manager Brian Horton at the end of the season
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Dob: 18-10-1973 


  Layton
  Maxwell

   Midfield

  Leyton began his career as an academy player at Liverpool FC and signed professional forms in July 1999,  scoring on his only first team appearance against Hull City in the Worthington Cup two months later.  A first team shirt at Anfield proved elusive and the St Asaph born schemer moved to Cardiff in July 2001 after a season long loan spell at Stockport County.  Leyton made a total of 38 League appearances for Cardiff before playing once for Swansea City and then Mansfield.  His English League record shows 58 appearances plus another 15 in various cups, scoring 3 League goals plus one in the cup matches.  He has played 15 WP matches for Barry, Rhyl and Carmarthen.
A Welsh Under 21 International (14 caps)

Dob: 03-10-1979  
  Paul
  Friel

   Midfield
Twenty year old Paul Friel hard working Irish midfielder, a student at the City's University in his second season with Bangor.  Paul has forced his way into the team and made a very favourable impression with his workrate and distribution.  Paul's Irish clubs include Donegal area side Fanad United and Finn Harps.

Dob: 06-09-1984  
  Paul  
  Roberts

   Striker
Cricieth based Paul Roberts was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexhamwhere he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.  Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.  He also netted the solitary goal in the 1-0 win over Sartid Smederevo in the 2002-03 UEFA Cup at Wrexham.  Paul began the 2004-05 season on 49 WP goals for City from 127 appearances.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

        Dob: 29-07-1977  
  Darren
  Gowans

  Striker

Promising young left winger  Darren Gowans joined City during the Autumn of 2005 to play in the Under 21 league. Darren quickly made a positive impression on manager Peter Davenport with his close control and cleanly hit crosses and was promoted to the first team squad.  Darren is also registered with Anglesey club Beaumaris Town.

Dob: 30-11-1985  
  Kevin
  Scott

   Striker

Chirk based left footer Kevin Scott joined City from Caersws in September 2004.  Kevin's previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Oswestry town and Cefn Druids where he gained a reputation as a goalscorer and clean striker of a football.  Has operated at left fullback and leftwing since moving to Farrar Road.

Dob: 12-07-1977  
  Carl
  Lamb

   Striker

A goal on debut at Welshpool on St Davids day marked the arrival of Carl Lamb, a week after his arrival from Cammell Laird FC. Carl has also played for Unibond side Vauxhall FC and Ashville and was involved with Chester City as a youngster.

Dob: 10-11-1984  
  Alex
  Hay

   Striker

Twenty three year old striker Alex Hay first appeared for City during a pre season match at Vauxhall FC.  He has English Football League experience with Tranmere Rovers whom he joined as a trainee, and Rushden & Diamonds last season where he made 29 starts and 13 sub appearances.  In total Alex has 85 League appearances to his name including 38 from the bench.

Dob 14-12-1981  
  Mike
  Burke

  Striker

Pacey young striker Mike Burke joined City just before the start of the 2005-06 season from Ashville Youth.  He made his first team debut as a second half substitute in the Welsh Premiership match at Llansantffraid and caught the eye with a late two goal blast against Aberystwyth at Farrar Road in November 2005.

Dob 29-07-1988  




Bangor City FC Pen Pictures 2004-05
 Phil
 Priestley

  Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper Phil Priestley spent three season with Rochdale where he gained Football League experience.  Spent loan spells at Scarborough and Chester City in the 2000-01 season before joining Bangor City in August 2001.  Selected for the LoW Team of The Season in May 2002 but left Bangor in May 2004.  After playing for Prescott Cables and more recently Stalybridge Celtic,  Phil returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 and made his return debut in the Premier Cup win over Cardiff.

Dob: 30-03-1976  
 Darren
 Owen

  Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper signed in March 2005, initially as cover for Phil Priestley, bangor based Darren Owen had previously played for Glantraeth in the Cymru Alliance and Bethesda of the Welsh Alliance.  His older brother Mike Owen - also a goalkeeper - played for City a decade earlier.

Dob: 23-12-1970  

 Clayton
 Blackmore
  Defence
An experienced defender or midfielder Clayton Blackmore is well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Cup Winners medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Joined Bangor under the management of Meirion Appleton and has since made 109 WP appearances for City.  Other English League clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County.  Clayton is currently Wales U21 assistant manager.
A Welsh International (39 Caps)

Dob: 23-09-1964  
 Peter
 Hoy

  Defence
One of the paciest and most mobile defenders to play for Bangor in the Welsh Premiership, Peter Hoy has impressed the Farrar Road faithful with his determination and commitment since joining City from West Cheshire League football in 2003.  Peter was converted from fullback to centreback during the 2003-04 season to great effect and can also operate in midfield.

Dob: 06-05-1982  
  Ben
  Ogilvy

  Defence
A sixteen year old who graduated from the Bangor academy Ben Olgilvy made his first team debut at Farrar Road against Airbus UK on 4th December 2004.  Ben is a composed left footer who sure touch and natural ability seem to offer a bright future at Bangor City and beyond.

Dob: 12-11-1988  

 Paul
 O'Neill

  Defence
After a brief loan spell in 2002 Paul O'Neill returned to Farrar Road in January 2005 follwing a stint in Scottish football with Gretna.  Bolton born Paul began his career with Macclesfield for whom he made 36 League appearances before moving over the border in July 2003.  This season he has been on loan with Northwich Victoria and Scarborough.  Paul is a no nonesense centrehalf who made his Football League debut at a 17 year old.

Dob: 03-08-1977  
 Eifion  Jones
  Defence
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

Dob: 28-09-1980  
 Phil
 Baker

  Defence

A former Trannmere Rovers apprentice and reserve team player Phil Baker first joined City from Prenton Park in January 2003.  He then made half a dozen Football League appearances for Exeter City as they fought against relegation before returning to Welsh Premiership football with Aberystwyth.  After a full season with Aber he moved briefly to Droylsden before rejoining City in September 2004.  A hugely talented and powerful defender.

Dob: 04-11-1982  
 Chris
 Short

  Defence

A wholehearted and versatile defender Chris Short returned to Farrar Road after a season as assistant manager at Aberystwyth Town.  Well respected by the City faithful for his tough tackling and buckaneering runs, his first spell with Bangor resulted in 47 WP appearances.  In all Chris has 132 WP games to his name as we enter the 2004-05 campaign. His previous clubs include Caenarfon Town, Conwy United and Netherfield.

Dob: 09-12-1970  
 Morgan
 Jones
  Midfield
A former Everton FC apprentice Morgan Jones joined City after his release by the Premiership club in July 2004. Morgan is an attacking player who can operate in midfield, on the wing or upfront.  He has quickly made a good impression on the Bangor supporters with his pacey runs and dangerous crosses.  A local lad who went to Friars School in Bangor, Morgan lives in the hamlet of Fachwen close to Llanberis.

Dob: 13-05-1986  
 Gareth
 Dogan

  Midfield
A skilful and competitive midfielder Coedmawr based Gareth Dogan impressed the City management during the 2004 pre-season matches.  Originally a member of the Bangor City youth side which won the NWCFA Youth Challenge Cup, Gareth has since gained first team experience at Beaumaris Town and then spent half of last season in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  

Dob: 04-03-1984  
 Mark
 Connolly

  Midfield
A rapidly improving, competitive midfielder Mark Connolly is his second season with Bangor after signing from West Cheshire league side Mallaby in February 2004.  A hard working right sided player, Mark has emerged as a key member of City's youthful midfield, with his ability to deliver telling crosses and score important goals.  

Dob: 02-07-1984  
 Owain  Jones
  Midfield
A tall commanding midfielder, Owain Jones made his first team debut for Bangor as a 16 year old.  His all action displays and goalscoring talents have attracted the attention of Premier League scouts, including Chelsea with whom he spent a week last season.  Bangor born Owain is a member of the Welsh U21 squad.
A Welsh Under 19 International. 

 Dob: 15-10-1984  
 Chris
 Priest

  Midfield
Leigh born midfielder Chris Priest began his football career in 1992 as an Everton apprentice before joining Chester City in 1994-95 for whom he made 167 League appearances.  During the summer of 1999 he moved to Macclesfield where he played a further 150 League matches for The Silkmen, a career total of 317.
  During the 2003-04 season Chris was first team captain following the dismissal of manager David Moss but was then surprisingly released by new manager Brian Horton at the end of the season


Dob: 18-10-1973 
 Neil
 Thomas

  Midfield

Midfielder Neil Thomas joined Bangor from Llanelli in January 2005 after catching the eye as The Reds fought against relegation under new manager Nicky Tucker.  Neil hails from Penygroes in North Wales and has previously played for Nantlle Vale in the Gwynedd League as well as Taffs Well before moving to Stebonheath.

Dob: 00-00-1982  
 Paul
 Friel

  Midfield
Twenty year old Paul Friel hard working Irish midfielder, a student at the City's University in his second season with Bangor.  Paul has forced his way into the team and made a very favourable impression with his workrate and distribution.  Paul's Irish clubs include Donegal area side Fanad United and Finn Harps.

Dob: 06-09-1984  
 Les
 Davies

  Striker
Bangor born Les Davies played in the Welsh Premieship with Caernarfon Town as a sixteen year old before starring for Anglesey based Glantraeth.  He impressed in Glantraeth's Welsh Cup win at Farrar Road during the 2003-04 season and was signed by his "home town" team for whom he scored seven goals in his inimitable "runaway truck" style.  Les' older brother Ryan Davies plays for Porthmadog.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

Dob:  29-10-1984  
 Paul  Roberts
  Striker
Cricieth based Paul Roberts was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexhamwhere he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.  Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.  He also netted the solitary goal in the 1-0 win over Sartid Smederevo in the 2002-03 UEFA Cup at Wrexham.  Paul began the 2004-05 season on 49 WP goals for City from 127 appearances.
A Welsh Under 21 International. 

        Dob: 29-07-1977  

 Frank
 Mottram
  Striker
Chirk born marksman Frank Mottram is City's second leading goalscorer in the WP with 78 goals in 109 games.  In his first spell at Farrar Road Frank won LoW Championship medals in 1994 and 1995 before joining Vauxhall Conference outfit Macclesfield Town.  He has also appeared for Colwyn Bay, TNS, Caernarfon and Cefn Druids.  In all WP matches before the 2004-05 season began Frank had scored 98 goals in 161 games.  He passed the 100 goal mark on 21st August 2004 in the 4-2 defeat of Welshpool Town at Farrar Road.
A Welsh Non League International. 

Dob: 01-04-1972  
 Gary
 Parr

  Striker
A promising young striker Gary Parr was spotted by manager Peter Davenport playing junior football on the Wirral and has followed the path taken by Alan Goodall and Peter Hoy into the City squad.  His ability to play in a variety of positions, including on either wing, should prove a big bonus during the season ahead.

Dob: 23-05-1985  
 Ritchie
 Owen

  Striker

A Bangor born forward Ritchie Owen has built up a formidable reputation as a goalscorer with local Cymru Alliance sides Cemaes Bay and Glantraeth from whom he joined City in September 2004.  Had a brief spell with Bangor under manager Peter Davenport three years ago.

Dob: 28-04-1979  
 Kevin
 Scott

  Striker

Chirk based left footer Kevin Scott joined City from Caersws in September 2004.  Kevin's previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Oswestry town and Cefn Druids where he gained a reputation as a goalscorer and clean striker of a football.  

Dob: 12-07-1977  
 Tony
 Gray

  Striker

Signed from West Cheshire League side Newton in September 2004, Tony Gray is a promising young striker whose goalscoring exploits attracted the attention of City boss Peter Davenport. Scored his first goal for City in the 3-0 win at Cwmbran Town in October 2004.

Dob: 06-04-1984  
 Carl
 Lamb

  Striker

A goal on debut at Welshpool on St Davids day marked the arrival of Carl Lamb, a week after his arrival from Cammell Laird FC. Carl has also played for Unibond side Vauxhall FC and Ashville and was involved with Chester City as a youngster.

Dob: 10-11-1984  
 Adam
 Roscoe

  Striker

Former Everton FC Youth team regular Adam Roscoe joined City in February 2005 and made his debut a week or so later at Welshpool on St Davids day.  Adam joined City from Southport and had a loan spell at Bamber Vridge in the Unibond League.

Dob: 19-06-1985  


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 Bangor City FC PenPictures2003/04
Phil Priestley 27 spent three season with Rochdale where he gained Football League experience.  Spent loan spells at Scarborough and Chester City in the 2000-01 season before joining Bangor City in August 2001.  Selected for the LoW Team of The Season in May 2002.
(Dob: 30-03-1976)
Goalkeeper
Daniel Evans promising teenage goalkeeper who joined City on loan from Wrexham FC in January 2004.
Goalkeeper
Craig Bryan powerful and promising teenage goalkeeper who joined City from Mallaby towards the end of the season., a former Wrexham FC apprentice.
Defender
Steve Hitchin prexperienced fullback who made 175 first team appearances for Macclesfield Town, including more than a dozen this season.  Steve began his career at Blackburn Rovers and has impressed with his calm defending under pressure.
(Dob: 28-11-1976)
Defender
Peter Hoy 21 year old signed from the West Cheshire League, a tremendous clubman who has played across the defence.  Peter has impressed with his versatility and determination.
(Dob: 06-05-1982)
Alan Goodall 22 year old leftback or centreback signed from Cammell Laird after a trial period with Tranmere Rovers.  Alan has developed into an outstanding member of the City side with his cultured left foot evident in defence and attack.
(Dob: 02-12-1981)
Eifion Jones 23 year old centreback who spent three years at Liverpool FC and three more at Blackpool where he made Football League appearances as a member of the first team squad. Has established himself in the Bangor side with strong, cultured performances.
Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob: 28-09-1980)
Defender
Jim McNulty tough tackling teenage defender who joined City on loan from Wrexham in January 2004.  A Scottish Youth International.
Rae Ingram 29 year old centre back who made five Premier League appearances for Manchester City before adding a further 148 English League matches for Macclesfield and then Port Vale.  Equally at home in centre defence or at leftback.
(Dob: 06-12-1974)
Huw Griffiths 27 year old centreback whose consistent, powerful performances for Cefn Druids caught the eye during the 2000-01season.  Joined City in the summer of 2001 and has established as a firm favourite with the Farrar Road faithful.
(Dob: 09-02-1977)
Defender
Gareth Evans 26 year old leftback who spent several seasons with Newtown making more than 150 WP appearances before moving to Rhyl during the summer of 2003.  Gareth began his career with Manchester City and joined Bangor in January 2004.
(Dob: 03-08-1977)
Kenny Burgess pacey winger signed in August 2001 from West Cheshire side Cammell Lairds. Equally at home on left and right wings where his pace and close control catch the eye.  Also has an eye for goal and sharp humour.
(Dob: 08-02-1975)
Gareth Williams winger who joined City in July 2002 after a season with Wrexham FC.  Gareth was a regular with Gresford Athletic before joining the Third Division club and his brother Craig is still at Clappers Lane.  Has impressed with his versatility this season, as a fullback and midfielder.
(Dob: 30-03-1982)
Midfielder
Paul Friel hard working Irish midfielder, a student at the City's University in his second season with Bangor.  Paul has forced his way into the team and made a very favourable impression with his workrate and distribution.  Paul's Irish clubs include Donegal area side Fanad United and Finn Harps.
(Dob: 06-09-1984)
Midfielder
Mark Connolly promising young midfielder whose hard running style and zest for action have quickly established him with the Farrar Road faithful.  Signed from West Cheshire side Mallaby in February 2004.
(Dob: 02-07-1984)
Darren Jones 1ocally based left footed midfielder, a former Cemaes Bay Player of the Season. Was on Manchester City's books as a youth.  Made a good impression in the UEFA Cup ties with Sartid of Yugoslavia, given his first team debut at The Racecourse on 15th August 2002 in the first leg.
(Dob: 26-08-1978)
Clayton Blackmore experienced defender or midfielder well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Winners Medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Other clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County
Welsh International
(Dob: 23-09-1964)
Aled Rowlands 25 Bangor born Aled spent three years with Manchester City gaining 5 Welsh Under 21 Caps before moving to Irish League side Sligo Rovers.  Anglesey based Aled joined Bangor during the summer of 1999.  A skilful ball player comfortable on the left or in central midfield. Aled has made six European appearances for City which is a club record.
Welsh Under 21 International.  (Dob: 09-06-1978) 
Owain Tudur Jones 19 year old Bangor born younsgter who has impressed since graduating from  the reserves, a tall gifted midfielder with a great deal of promise.  Owain has become a regular member of the first team since October 2001 and attracted the attention of Premier League scouts with his all action performances and spent a week at Chelsea FC earlier this season.
(Dob: 15-10-1984)
Winger
Les Davies powerful young winger whose performances for Glantraeth in the Welsh Cup took the eye.  Made half a dozen WP appearances for local rivals Caernarfon Town in 2002-03, lives in Bangor.
(Dob:  29-10-1984) 
Paul Roberts was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.  Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.
Welsh Under 21 International. (Dob: 29-07-1977)
Ross Jefferies goalscoring forward signed from Cefn Druids in November 2002, although he had appeared for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond Premier during the opening months of the season.  One of three footballing brothers whose careers have taken in Gresford Athletic and Oswestry Town.  Ross notched 12 goals in the 2002-03 season including 8 in the Welsh Premier.
(Dob: 05-08-1979)
Striker
Frank Mottram goalscoring forward back for his second spell at Farrar Road after winning Championship medals under the management of Nigel Adkins.  After moving to Macclesfield Town Frank's travels took him to Colwyn Bay, TNS and Caernarfon Town, plus a brief spell with Cefn Druids.  This season he has played for Guilsfield in the Cymru Alliance.
(Dob: 01-04-1972)
Striker
Paul Gedman 22 year old striker who made Welsh Premier appearances for Cefn Druids and TNS in 2003-03.  Has Conference experience with Halifax Town, spent a period on trial at Wrexham FC and has representative honours with British Universities.
(Dob: 14-06-1981)

 
 
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Phil Priestley 27 spent three season with Rochdale where he gained Football League experience.  Spent loan spells at Scarborough and Chester City in the 2000-01 season before joining Bangor City in August 2001.  Selected for the LoW Team of The Season in May 2002.
(Dob: 30-03-1976)
Goalkeeper
Jon Hallworth vastly experienced goalkeeper whose English Football League appearances for Ipswich, Oldham and Cardiff totalled more than 250.
Matthew Parry talented young goalkeeper whose home is in Nefyn near Pwllheli.  Matthew spent three seasons with Liverpool FC where he was a regular member of the reserve side.  After around twenty first team appearances for Conference outfit Northwich Victoria Matthew joined City in March 2003.
Chris Short experienced defender signed from Caernarfon Town in October 2001.  Previous clubs include Conwy United and Netherfield.  Has won the respect of the City faithful with his wholehearted performances.
(Dob: 09-12-1970)
Alan Goodall 21 year old leftback signed from Cammell Laird after a trial period with Tranmere Rovers.  Has developed into an outstanding member of the City side with his cultured left foot evident in defence and attack.
(Dob: 02-12-1981)
Eifion Jones 22 year old centreback who spent three years with Liverpool FC and then three more at Blackpool where he was a member of the first team squad. Has established himself in the Bangor side with strong, cultured performances.
Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob: 28-09-1980)
Defender
Phil Baker 20 year old centreback signed for City from Tranmere Rovers in January 2003.  Made his debut in the 2-1 Welsh Premier win over Afan Lido.
Tall, composed and comofortable on the ball, Phil can also play at fullback.
(Dob: 04-11-1982)
Warren Gibbs 24 year old locally based central defender whose has LoW experience with Caernarfon Town, joined City from Porthmadog in August 2001.  A tall, commanding defender.
(Dob: 21-11-1977)
Anthony Fenton 23 year old defender who joined City briefly in November 2001 before playing the remainder of the season with Newtown.  Re-signed in August 2002 after completing a spell with Notts County.  Began his career with Manchester City and also had a period with Portsmouth.
(Dob: 23-11-1979)
Huw Griffiths 26 year old centreback whose consistent, powerful performances for Cefn Druids caught they eye during the 2000-01season.  Joined City in the summer of 2001 and has established as a firm favourite with the Farrar Road faithful..
(Dob: 09-02-1977)
Kenny Burgess pacey winger signed in August 2001 from West Cheshire side Cammell Lairds. Equally at home on left and right wings where his pace and close control catch the eye.
(Dob: 08-02-1975)
Gareth Williams winger who joined City in July 2002 after a season with Wrexham FC.  Gareth was a regular with Gresford Athletic before joining the Third Division club and his brother Craig is still at Clappers Lane.
(Dob: 30-03-1982)
Darren Jones 1ocally based left footed midfielder, a former Cemaes Bay Player of the Season. Was on Manchester City's books as a youth.  Made a good impression in the UEFA Cup ties with Sartid of Yugoslavia, given his first team debut at The Racecourse on 15th August 2002 in the first leg.
(Dob: 26-08-1978)
Simon Davies skilful midfielder who made 11 Premiership appearances for Manchester United where he gained a Welsh Cap before joining Luton Town for £150,000 in 1997.  Joined City from Rochdale in July 2001.
Welsh International
(Dob: 23-04-1974)
Clayton Blackmore experienced defender or midfielder well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Winners Medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Other clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County
Welsh International
(Dob: 23-09-1964)
Aled Rowlands 24 Bangor born Aled spent three years with Manchester City gaining 5 Welsh Under 21 Caps before moving to Irish League side Sligo Rovers.  Anglesey based Aled joined Bangor during the summer of 1999.  A skilful ball player comfortable on the wing or in central midfield. 
Welsh Under 21 International.  (Dob: 09-06-1978) 
Owain Tudur Jones 18 year old local player who has impressed for the reserves, a tall gifted midfielder with a great deal of promise. Has become a regular member of the first team since October 2001 and attracted the attention of Premier League scouts.
(Dob: 15-10-1984)
Midfielder
Ricky Evans Powerful and highly talented midfielder whose impressive performances have attracted Football League scouts. Has LoW experience with Welshpool Town and Flint, began his career at Oldham Athletic.  Joined City upon his release by TNS in August 2002.
(Dob:  24-09-1976) 
Midfielder
Shaun Monument Promising young midfielder who has Tyn Lon Volvo experience with Bethesda Athletic.
(Dob:  28-11-1985) 
Paul Roberts 25 was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor last season after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.
Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.
Welsh Under 21 International. (Dob: 29-07-1977)
Marc Lloyd Williams 29 was came into the LoW with Porthmadog before moving to Bangor City for the 1994-95 season.  Bangor born but Llanberis bred, "Jiws" now lives in the City where he set both season and career LoW goal scoring records in 2002, namely 47 and 148 respectively.  Also boasts English Football League experience with Stockport, York and Halifax.
Welsh B International (Dob: 08-02-1973)
Striker
Craig Roberts tall, composed teenage striker whos eye for a goal and work ethic have impressed. A product of the well respected Maes Y Bryn youths.
(Dob: 13-07-1983)
Lee Hunt talented young striker signed from Helsby during the summer of 
2002 after impressing in pre season fixtures.  Quickly established himself as a favourite with his goalscoring and non stop displays.
(Dob: 05-06-1981)
Ross Jefferies goalscoring forward signed from Cefn Druids in November 2002, although he had appeared for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond Premier during the opening months of the season.  One of three footballing brothers whose careers have taken in Gresford Athletic and Oswestry Town.
(Dob: 05-08-1979)
Striker
Lex Piper striker who se goalscoring exploits for Bangor University grabbed the attention of City scouts.  Made a Welsh Premier debut against Rhyl in March 2003.

 
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Phil Priestley 25 spent three season with Rochdale where he gained Football League experience.  Spent loan spells at Scarborough and Chester City in the 2000-01 season before joining Bangor City in August 2001.
(Dob: 30-03-1976)
Defender
Chris Short experienced defender signed from Caernarfon Town in October 2001.  Previous clubs include Conwy United and Netherfield.
(Dob: 09-12-1970)
Defender
Alan Goodall 24 year old leftback signed from Cammell Laird after a trial period with Tranmere Rovers.  Can also operate in midfield.
Sean Hazelden 20 year old who is a student at the City's University.  A tall commanding defender who joined City from NPL side Emley.  Won a Welsh Cup Winners medal with Bangor City in May 2000. 
(Dob: 04-05-1981)
Paul O'Neill 19 centreback who arrived on a month's loan from Third Division Macclesfield in January 2002.  Born in Bolton, Paul made his League debut for Macclesfield at Brighton as a 17 year old and has since made around a dozen first team appearances.
Warren Gibbs 24 year old locally based central defender whose has LoW experience with Caernarfon Town, joined City from Porthmadog in August 2001.  A tall, commanding defender.
(Dob: 21-11-1977)
Huw Griffiths 25 year old centreback whose consistent, powerful performances for Cefn Druids caught they eye last season.  Has also played for Newtown.
(Dob: 09-02-1977)
Richard Owen left footer re-signed from Cemaes Bay before Christmas 2000 to establish himself as first choice. A determined and skilful competitor whose composure and calm determination are a feature of his play.
Graham Brett 24 year old Irishman who has Irish League experience with UCD (Dublin) and Shelbourne.  A composed defender who can play wingback or sweeper, Graham is a student at the City's University.  Had an outstanding match in the Welsh Cup Final success against Cwmbran at The Racecourse in May 2000.  (Dob: 27-11-1977)
Defender
Steve Cooper Pontypool born defender or midfielder signed from Rhyl in October 2000 soon after his release by Wrexham FC.
(Dob: 10-12-1979)
Kenny Burgess pacey winger signed in August 2001 from West Cheshire side Cammell Lairds. Equally at home on left and right wings where his pace and close control catch the eye.
Midfieder
Patrick Taylor promising and composed young midfielder who is a student at the City's University.  Gained a first team berth after impressive performances in the reserves.
Simon Davies skilful midfielder who made 11 Premiership appearances for Manchester United where he gained a Welsh Cap before joining Luton Town for £150,000 in 1997.  Joined City from Rochdale in July 2001.
(Dob: 23-04-1974)
Clayton Blackmore experienced defender or midfielder well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Winners Medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Other clubs include Middlesborough, Barnsley and Notts County.
(Dob: 23-09-1964)
Aled Rowlands 23 Bangor born Aled spent three years with Manchester City gaining 5 Welsh Under 21 Caps before moving to Irish League side Sligo Rovers.  Anglesey based Aled joined Bangor during the summer of 1999.  A skilful ball player comfortable on the wing or in central midfield. 
A Welsh Under 21 International.  (Dob: 09-06-1978) 
Owain Tudur Jones 17 year old local player who has impressed for the reserves, a tall gifted midfielder with a great deal of promise. Has become a regular member of the first team since October 2001.
(Dob: 15-10-1984)
Paul Roberts 24 was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor last season after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.
Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.
A Welsh Under 21 International. (Dob: 29-07-1977)
Striker
Craig Roberts tall, composed teenage striker whos eye for a goal and work ethic have impressed. A product of the well respected Maes Y Bryn youths.
(Dob: 13-07-1983)
Marc Lloyd Williams striker recently re-signed from York City whose other English Football League clubs are Halifax and Stockport County.  Scored 45 goals in the 1997-98 season where he starred in the Welsh Cup winning side, three years after picking up a LoW Champinship medal with City.  Reached the 100 LoW goals mark with 20 for Bangor from Christmas 2000 onwards
A Welsh B International. 
(Dob: 08-02-1973)
Striker
Chris Boulton tall, powerful striker signed from Mold Alexandra in January 2002.  Was with both Manchester City and Preston North End as a youngster before joining his home town club.  Scored a club record 52 goals in the 2000-01 season and had another 26 for Mold prior to his move to Farrar Road.  Has represented Wales U18 Schools and made a handful of LoW appearances as a teenager with Conwy United.
(Dob: 23-10-1981)

 
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Goalkeeper
Paul Evans confident keeper whose home is in Llangollen who was on  Liverpool FC's books as a youngster.  Spent the 1999-2000 season as first choice at Caersws whom he joined from Cymru Alliance Welshpool. 
(Dob: 05-07-1978)
Goalkeeper
Steve Thomas promising teenage goalkeeper who stepped up to first team action in the Welsh Cup at Treowen earlier this season.
Defender
Scott Williams 25 spent several seasons at Wrexham making 32 Football League appearances before a brief stay at Rochdale.  Bangor born and bred, Scott returned to his home town side last season; is equally at home in defence or midfield.  Led City through the controversial Welsh Cup Semi Final success against Afan Lido and to a well earned Winners Medal at The Racecourse in May 2000. A Welsh Under 21 International.  (Dob: 07-08-1974)
Defender
Emrys Williams 25 year old whose career began at Tranmere Rovers before moving to his home town side Caernarfon Town.  Joined City at the start of the 1999/2000 season and featured in the Welsh Cup winning side.
 (Dob: 03-06-1975)
Defender
Jamie Jardine a tall commanding centreback whose career began at Tranmere Rovers before joining Connahs Quay in the LoW.  Had a brief spell with Altrincham in the Conference, joined City from Connahs Quay in the summer of 2000. (Dob: 01-02-1977)
Defender
Sean Hazelden 19 year old who is a student at the City's University.  A tall commanding defender who joined City from NPL side Emley.  Won a Welsh Cup Winners medal with Bangor City in May 2000. 
(Dob: 04-05-1981)
Defender
Mark Thomas 21year old locally based defender who has starred in the City reserve side.  A confident defender who is rarely flustered.
(Dob: 21-10-1978)
Defender
Clive Brown 19 year old who was a Manchester City youth, younger brother of Manchester United centreback Wes Brown.
Defender
Richard Owen left footer re-signed from Cemaes Bay before Christmas 2000 to establish himself as first choice. A determined and skilful competitor.
Defender
Graham Brett 22 year old Irishman who has Irish League experience with UCD (Dublin) and Shelbourne.  A composed defender who can play wingback or sweeper, Graham is a student at the City's University.  Had an outstanding match in the Welsh Cup Final success against Cwmbran at The Racecourse in May 2000.  (Dob: 27-11-1977)
Midfielder
Steve Cooper Pontypool born defender or midfielder signed from Rhyl in October 2000 soon after his release by Wrexham, son of FIFA referee Keith Cooper.
(Dob: 10-12-1979)
Midfielder
Matthew Bishop former Swansea City apprentice under the management of Terry Yorath, has previous LoW experience with Aberystwyth Town and Conwy United.  A wholehearted competitor.
(Dob: 15-09-1973)
Midfielder
Paul Sellers hard working local midfielder or sweeper whose battling performances so far this season have won over the home City supporters.
A product of the well respected Maes Y Bryn youth set up.
(Dob: 07-09-1981)
Midfielder
Clayton Blackmore experienced defender or midfielder well known for his decade at Manchester United where he won Premiership and FA Winners Medals alongside 39 International Caps for Wales.  Other clubs Middlesborough Barnsley and Notts County.
(Dob: 23-09-1964)
Midfielder
John Paul Roberts a talented former schoolboy prodigy who joined Liverpool FC as an apprentice, moving to Bolton Wanderers and then to Farrar Road in December 2000. 
Midfielder
Aled Rowlands 22 Bangor born Aled spent three years with Manchester City gaining 5 Welsh Under 21 Caps before moving to Irish League side Sligo Rovers.  Anglesey based Aled joined Bangor this summer.  A skilful ball player comfortable on the wing or in central midfield. 
A Welsh Under 21 International.  (Dob: 09-06-1978) 
Midfielder
Ian Burgesss 19 year old who progressed from the Youths and Reserves, Ian has made a positive impression in his first team appearances to date.
(Dob: 07-11-1981) 
Striker
Paul Roberts 23 was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh International honours.  He joined Bangor last season after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.
Paul scored the solitary goal in the 2000 Welsh Cup Final having also scored in the Quarter and Semi Final matches.
 A Welsh Under 21 International. (Dob: 29-07-1977)
Striker
Craig Roberts tall, composed teenage striker whos eye for a goal and work ethic have impressed so far. A product of the well respected Maes Y Bryn youth set up.
(Dob: 13-07-1983)
Marc Lloyd Williams striker recently re-signed from York City whose other English Football League clubs are Halifax and Stockport County.  Scored 45 goals in the 1997-98 season where he starred in the Welsh Cup winning side, three years after picking up a LoW Champinship medal with City.
A Welsh Under B International. (Dob: 08-02-1973)
Striker
Rhodri Giggs gifted winger signed from Salford City in October 2000, previous clubs include Manchester City and Torquay United.  Brother of Ryan.
Striker
Daniel Grant pacey striker who has Unibond experience with Hyde United, joined City from NWCFL side Nantwich Town during the autumn of 2000.
(Dob:  30-08-1974)
Striker
Karl Roberts small pacey striker whose form for the Youth and Reseerve sides have earned a first team call up.
A product of the well respected Maes Y Bryn youth set up.

 
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Goalkeeper
Jason Turner 23 spent last season with Conwy United having also been with Holywell, joined Bangor at the start of the season taking his opportunity in the first team with Brian Davies out injured.
Goalkeeper
Andy Mulliner experienced keeper in his second spell at Farrar Road having previously appeared in the NPL prior to the formation of the LoW.  Has European experience with Llansantffraid where he also gained a Welsh Cup Winners Medal, and Ebbw Vale.  Joined City from Rhyl.
Defender
Matthew Cross 19 is a leftback whose professional career began at Barnsley.  He spent last season at Conference side Hereford and joined Bangor a week before the current season kicked off. 
Defender
Scott Williams 25 spent several seasons at Wrexham making 32 Football League appearances and gaining Wales U21 recognition before a brief stay at Rochdale.  Bangor born and bred, Scott returned to his home town side last season; is equally at home in defence or midfield.
Defender
Sean Hazeldean 18 year old who is a student at the City's University.  A tall commanding defender who joined City from NPL side Emley.
Defender
Phil Johnson 24, was a professional at Tranmere Rovers and Stockport but is better known as the left wingback in the Barry Town LoW championship sides.  Equally comfortable in attack or defence.
Defender
Steve Bird has played representative football in the British Army, spent last season with Warrington Town.  A competitive character and robust defender with a genuine will to win.
Midfielder
Robbie Williams 22, was an apprentice with Wrexham FC before joining his home town side Conwy United.  Robbie moved to Farrar Road last season under the management of Lee Williams.
Midfielder
Graham Brett 22 year old Irishman who has Irish League experience with UCD (Dublin).  A composed defender who can play wingback or sweeper, Graham is a student at the City's University.
Midfielder
Aled Rowlands 21, Bangor born Aled spent three years with Manchester City gaining 5 Welsh Under 21 Caps before moving to Irish League side Sligo Rovers.  Anglesey based Aled joined Bangor this summer.  A skilful ball player comfortable on the wing or in central midfield.
Striker
Tommy Mutton, 21, was a Burnley apprentice before returning to his home town side Denbigh Town.  He made the occasional appearance for Rhyl before becoming arguably Lee Williams' best signing last Winter. A pacey forward with an eye for goal. (now at Swansea City)
Striker
Lewis Coady, 22, was an outstanding apprentice with Wrexham FC with whom he gained Football League experience before moving to Runcorn via Crewe Alexandra.  At 6'1 Lewis is a goalscoring forward with a bright future still there for the taking.
Striker
Nathan Comley-Excel, 21, tall goalscoring striker who joined City in January 2000 from Unibond side Ashton United, having previously been with Altrincham.
Striker
Gavin Allen 23 was a Tranmere Rovers apprentice who moved to Stockport County before joining Aberystwyth Town.  In two successful years Gavin scored in total nearly 60 goals before injury robbed him of last season.  Bangor born and with a Deiniolen based family, he joined City in July 1999.
Striker
Paul Roberts 22 was a goalscoring sensation for his local side Porthmadog and attracted a £15000 move to Wrexham where he gained First Team experience and Welsh Under 21 honours.  He joined Bangor last season after a brief spell back at Port with their Football in The Community Scheme.

 
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Goalkeeper and Player Manager Lee Williams began his playing career with Birmingham City and Bolton before becoming a regular with his home town side Colwyn Bay.  Lee is a fierce competitor and a decisive penalty taker who once scored more than a dozen goals in one season for NPL side Droylsden.
Defender Mark Allen was Captain of Watford Reserves before moving to Bangor to study at the City's University.  Mark was a member of the Welsh Cup winning side of 1998 and appeared in the European Cup Winners Cup against FC Haka.  
Defender Barry Thomas spent a season with Ebbw Vale before briefly rejoining his local side Connahs Quay Nomads.  Right footed fullback Neil Rigby is a former Everton trainee who has experience with Colwyn Bay and Trafford Park.  Another defender Dave Norman has Vauxhall Conference experience with Telford United.  His family home is in St Asaph.
Bangor lad Scott Williams made a total of 40 Football League appearances with Wrexham and then Rochdale before joining City.
No nonesense midfielder Paul Mooney joined the club under manager John King.  Alongside him former Wrexham apprentice Robbie Williams signed from his local club Conwy United.  
Left sided midfielder Chris Sherratt has Football League experience with Wigan Athletic, Conference experience with Altrincham and appeared for Bangor in the NPL under previous manager John Aspinall.  Right winger Ronnie Gouldborne also began his career at Everton.
Striker Tommy Mutton was top scorer at his home town side Denbigh Town before signing for Lee Williams, Tommy began his career as a trainee at Burnley.  
Another youngster 17 year old Llandudnon based Aaron Thomas signed from Amlwch, whilst 16 year old local youngster Danny Shephard is a product of City's reserves.  Back for a second spell with the club is former Holywell striker Neil Davies.