Bangor City





  Nantporth
  Holyhead Road
  Bangor
  LL57 2HQ
  Ground:
  Tel: 01248 355852

  Manager

  Ian Dawes
 
Secretary
  Gwynfor Jones

   The easiest access to Bangor is from the A55 Junction nine.
   Take the A487 exit signposted Caernarfon, Bangor (and Ysbyty Gwynedd) and at the  roundabout (ie within 250 yards) take the first exit again signposted as above.
   Within 400 yards (at the next roundabout) take the second exit signposted Menai Bridge, this is Treborth Road. (Ignore signs for Bangor and Ysbyty Gwynedd).
   After about a mile, at the next roundabout with Antelope Pub prominent on the left, take the exit signed for Bangor and drive for roughly half a mile - ground clearly visible on the left and signed off a small traffic island. Ample parking if you are early enough! Large busy club onsite.
   (From Farrar Road turn right at the Railway Station, up Holyhead Road, through Upper Bangor and find the ground one mile from your starting point, on the right)
 
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Bangor City History & Honours
  Bangor City was formed in 1876 and were founder members of the NWCFL in 1893.  In 1896 City were champions of the new league, in 1919 Bangor moved to the North Wales Alliance and moved to Farrar Road in 1920.
  In the 1930s City competed in the Lancashire Combination winning the League Cup in 1949.  The following year 1950 they became founder members of the Cheshire League, finishing runners up in 1954 and 1959.
  City won the 75th Welsh Cup Final in 1962, defeating Wrexham 3-1.  This led to European Cup Winners Cup qualification and a never to be forgotten encounter with AC Napoli.  Bangor won the home leg 2-0 but lost 1-3 in Italy.  In those days there was no "away goals" rule so a replay was needed, staged at Arsenal's Highbury stadium.  This time Napoli won 2-1 but City had carved a name for themselves that lives on to this day.
  In 1969 Bangor were founder members of the NPL, winning the League Cup in that first season.  In 1979 the club were again founder members of the Alliance, now known as the Conference.
  In 1982 Bangor were NPL Champions and in 1984 reached the FA Trophy Final at Wembley, only to lose to Northwich Victoria in a replay at Stoke.  The 1984 Trophy run took its toll on Bangor and in the same season cup glory was starkly contrasted to relegation - a return to the NPL.
  In 1992 Bangor were founder members of the LoW.  In 1994 and 1995 won the LoW Championship under the management of Nigel Adkins.  When the goalkeeper-manager left to become physiotherapist at Scunthorpe a difficult time ensued.
  Under the guidance of Graeme Sharp and John Hulse City were Welsh Cup winners in 1998 at The Wrexham Racecourse against Connahs Quay. Two years later in 2000 success against Cwmbran again at the Wrexham Racecourse under the management of Meirion Appleton, both wins resulting in European competition the following season.
   In May 2001 former Manchester United striker Peter Davenport replaced Appleton and set about rebuilding the club's fortunes.  In 2002 and 2003 City finished in third place, qualifying for the UEFA Cup and Inter Toto respectively.  After his departure there followed brief stints from Clayton Blackmore and Steve Bleasdale before the appointment of former favourite Nev Powell during the summer of 2007. 
   In his first season City captured the Welsh Cup and secured European entry once more. Twelve months later Bangor repeated the feat with a 2-0 win over Aberystwyth at Parc Y Scarlets, and made it a hatrick of Welsh Cup wins a year later (2010) with a win over Port Talbot at the same venue.
   Powell then saw Bangor to a third WP championship after a gap of fifteen years as they pipped full timers TNS to the title in a nailbiting finish to the season against the Oswestry side at Farrar Road. A new era in the club's history began as Bangor City moved to a new stadium at Nantporth in January 2012 and finished the season as runners up.

 
Bangor City Playing Record 1991-2016
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
1
1990-91
Northern Premier League
18th
40
9
12
19
52
70
39
2
1991-92
Northern Premier League
20th
42
11
10
21
46
57
43
3
1992-93
League of Wales
5th
38
19
7
12
77
58
64
4
1993-94
League of Wales
1st
38
26
5
7
82
26
83
5
1994-95
League of Wales 
1st
38
27
7
4
96
26
88
6
1995-96
League of Wales
4th
40
21
6
13
72
65
69
7
1996-97
League of Wales
8th
40
20
5
15
82
62
65
8
1997-98
League of Wales
6th
38
20
8
12
72
54
68
9
1998-99
League of Wales
11th
32
12
8
12
49
56
44
10
1999-00
League of Wales
9th
34
15
3
16
56
61
48
11
2000-01
League of Wales
14th
34
10
7
17
56
84
37
12
2001-02
League of Wales
3rd
34
21
6
7
83
38
69
13
2002-03
Welsh Premier League
3rd
34
22
5
7
75
34
71
14
2003-04
Welsh Premier League
6th
32
16
6
10
72
47
54
15
2004-05
Welsh Premier League
3rd
34
20
7
7
73
44
67
16
2005-06
Welsh Premier League
9th
34
14
3
17
51
54
45
17
2006-07
Welsh Premier League
9th
32
14
6
12
55
47
48
18
2007-08
Welsh Premier League
5th
34
15
10
9
62
31
55
19
2008-09
Welsh Premier League 6th 34
16
7
11
56
39
55
20
2009-10
Welsh Premier League 5th
34
19
6
9
75
45
63
21
2010-11
Welsh Premier League 1st
32
20
8
4
80
44
68
22
2011-12
Welsh Premier League 2nd
32
22
3
6
72
45
69
23
2012-13
Welsh Premier League 3rd
32
14
9
9
64
52
51
24
2013-14
Welsh Premier League
4th
32
14
6
12
47
50
48
25
2014-15
Welsh Premier League 10th
32
9
8
15
48
62
35
26
2015-16
Welsh Premier League 9th
32
13
6
13
49
52
45
 
 
Manager:  Ian Dawes

  Ian Dawes was appointed to the Nantporth in November 2016 after the surprise departure of Andy Legg.
  A senior academy coach at Shrewsbury Town
Dawes played on the youth set ups of both Everton and Liverpool before becoming a coach with the Anfield club.
  He played football in Canada and appeared for local rivals Caernarfon Town. He has managed in Malta with Floriana.
Bangor City
Previous Managers
Bangor City
 August 1992 - November 1992
November 1992-November 1993
November1993 - March 1996
March 1996-October1996
October 1996-May 1997
Ernie Whalley
Paul Rowlands
Nigel Adkins
Brian Griffiths
Kevin Langley
June 1997-May 1998
June 1998-September 1998
September 1998-May 1999
June 1999-May 2001
June 2001-December 2005
Graeme Sharp
Johny King
Lee Williams
Meirion Appleton
Peter Davenport
January 2006-November 2006
November 2006-May 2007
May 2007-August 2016
August 2016 - November 2016
November 2016
Clayton Blackmore
Steve Bleasdale
Nev Powell
Andy Legg
Ian Dawes


    UPDATED FEBRUARY 2017


Bangor City
Players & Squad Numbers 2016-17

GOALKEEPER
1
 Connor Roberts
  The  St Martins (nr Oswestry) based glovesman started his career with Chirk AAAs before joining Tranmere Rovers and catching the eye of Merseyside giants Everton.
  Connor played for Everton at U18 and U21 level featuring alongside the likes of Caernarfon Town's Nathan Craig, Luke Garbutt, Ross Barkley and Jose Baxter and was capped by Wales at U19 and U21 level.
  He spent loan spells in the NPL with Burscough (under the management of Derek Goulding) and in the Conference North with Colwyn Bay before joining Cheltenham in 2012 where he made his Football League debut against Dagenham and Redbridge in May 2014.  He then joined Chester during the summer of 2014.
  In June 2014 he was called up to the senior squad by manager Chris Coleman for the friendly against Holland.

Dob
11
09
1990
13
 Antoni Sarnowski
  A promising young Polish born goalkeeper, Antoni joined Bangor during the summer of 2015 from The New Saints academy.
  Antoni lives in the Wrexham area.

Dob
18
04
1998

DEFENCE
2
 Laurence Wilson
  The experienced Everton trainee joined City from Morecambe in August 2016.
  After leaving Goodison the left footed defender made more than 300 Football League appearances for a handful of clubs including Mansfield, Chester, Morecambe, Rotherham and Accrington Stanley.
  As a youngster he represented England at Under 17, 18 & 19 level.
Dob
10
10
1986
21
 Jack Metcalfe
  The Liverpool born right footer can play in defence or midfield and has returned to England after several years studying and playing football in America.
  He played for Liverpool and Wolves as youth level but opted to study at Clemson University in South Carolina where he represented the Clemson Tigers side.
  He then signed for Charlotte Independence in nearby North Carolina.
Dob
25
12
1991
6
 Anthony Miley
  Centreback Anthony Miley signed for City during the summer of 2013.
  During the 2012-13 season Anthony played for coast rivals Colwyn Bay and Conwy United having previously played for Liverpool based Bootle.
  During the 2011-12 season Anthony caught the eye in the Samsung competition to “Win a contract with Swindon Town” as he finished in the top ten out of 2500 entrees.
  He also represented winners Liverpool in the Dallas (International Youth) Cup. 

Dob
30
08
1992
18
 Caio Hywel
   Caio is a calm defender or midfielder who has graduated through the club's academy structure.
   Bangor born he has played for his local club Bethel at junior level and attended Ysgol Brynrefail in Llanrug, and is a regular member of City's Under 19 development side.
Dob
08
09
1996
22
 Sergio Uyi
  The giant defender, who holds dual Nigerian & Italian nationality, played for Bangor againts Liverpool U21s last week.
  Born in Benin City he began his career with Torino in the Seria A but joined Dainava of Lithuania in August 2014.
  A year later he moved to their local rivals Kruoja and in July 2015 he joined Atlantis in Finland and from there to German lower league side SSV Reutlingen whom he left in July 2016.
  During his time in Germany the 6'4 defender was called up by the Nigeria U23 squad.

Dob
22
06
1993
30
 Paul Connolly
   Paul joined Bangor on loan from Airbus UK in November 2016.
   The experienced 33 year old Liverpudlian joined the Broughton side from Stockport County during the summer of 2016.

   Connolly came through the youth system at Plymouth Argyle and made more than 160 appearances in between 2000-2008.  He then enjoyed a two year spell with Derby County and a brief loan spell at Sheffield United, totalling 68 appearances. From 2010-13 he was with Leeds United for whom he played 58 times whilst also making four appearances on loan for Portsmouth and fifteen for Preston North End.
   He then played briefly for Millwall, Crawley and Luton before joining Stockport in 2015. His career total of Football League appearances stands at over 300.
Dob
29
09
1983
28
 Adam Pritchard
  Equally at home in defence or midfield Adam has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  Bangor born he is a regular member of the Under 19 development side.
Dob
12
10
1997

MIDFIELD
6
 Gary Roberts   Chester born Roberts joined Crewe as a sixteen year old and captained England U18s.
  He made 122 Football League appearances for The Alex between 2003-09 before joining Yeovil after a brief loan spell. After 27 league appearances for Yeovil he moved to Rotherham and then Port Vale in 2010. Another half season or so followed with Mansfield but after off field troubles Roberts linked up with Floriana of Malta before signing for Connahs Quay durng the 2014-15 season.
  He returned to Malta to play for Mosta before coming home and joining Witton Albion in 2015 switching to Nantporth during the summer of 2015.
  His English Football League appearances total stands at over 200.

Dob
04
02
1987
7
 Bradley Jackson
  The 20 year old has progressed through the Turf Moor side's youth and reserve sides and joins City on loan.
  The Manchester born right footer is seen as an emerging talent by Burnley and both clubs hope he will benefit from this Welsh Premier experience.
Dob
20
10
1996
8
 Damien Allen   Stockport born midfielder Damien Allen was on Manchester United's books as a schoolboy but signed for Stockport County as a 14 year old in 2000 and went on to make 57 Football League appearances for County under the management of Sammy McIlory.
  Damien moved to Royal Antwerp on loan in 2007 where he made fifteen appearances alongside the likes of Ryan Shawcross, Darron Gibson and Frazier Campbell under the management of Warren Joyce.
   In August 2007 he signed for Morecambe in the League Two and made a further twenty appearances before joining Bury and then Halifax.  Damien joined Colwyn Bay in July 2010 and signed for Bangor City in November 2011 but had to wait for his debut due to the transfer window restriction.

Dob
01
08
1986
14
 Yalany Baio
   A midfielder born in Bissau Guinea and who began his career with Sporting Lisbon before joining Liverpool in 2011. The 22 year old has first team experience with Sparta Rotterdam.
Dob
10
10
1994
16
 Danny Gossett
  Bangor born midfielder Danny joined Bangor during the summer of 2016.
  A trainee at Oldham Athletic he made a couple of first team appearances for The Latics before moving to Stockport County on loan.
   Upon his release from Oldham the young midfielder moved to Rhyl and then The New Saints. He has established himself in the first team at Nantporth at the heart of the blues midfield.

Dob
30
09
1994
26
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
  A skilful and competitive midfielder Ifan has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  Ifan has represented Wales Colleges.
Dob
18
05
1998
27
 Henry Jones
  Henry joined Bangor upon his release from Swansea City in August 2016
  The skilful midfielder first linked up with The Swans as an eight year old which was a dream move for a schoolboy fan of the club.
  He impressed for the Swansea City youth side which knocked Liverpool and Portsmouth out of the FA Youth Cup in 2011-12 and caught the eye with a stunning freekick against Manchester United in that competition.
Dob
22
09
1993

FORWARDS
9
 Dan Nardiello
  An experienced former Manchester United striker, Dan joined City from Plymouth Argyle in August 2016
  After leaving Old Trafford in 2005 Dan has notched up over a hundred goals in some 300 Football League appearances for clubs including Swansea, Barnsley, QPR, Blackpool, Oldham and Bury.
  Although born in Coventry he was capped once by Wales in 2007 as a substitute for Robbie Earnshaw.
  His father Donato Nardiello also played for Wales, although both also qualified for Italy.

Dob
22
10
1982
10
 Dean Rittenberg
  The 20 year old attacker has been with Rovers since he was a schoolboy and has played for the club's youth and reserve sides.
  He has also played for England U18s alongside the likes of Harry Winks and Brendan Galloway.
Dob
13
05
1996
17
 Shaun Cavanagh
  A promising young striker Shaun has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  He was leading goalscorer for the Under 19 side during the 2014-15 seson with twenty goals.
  Shaun previously played for Cae Glyn juniors, Porthmadog academy, Llewod Llanrug, Llanrug juniors, Bontnewydd juniors and Wrexham Centre of Excellence.

Dob
18
10
1997
19
 Sion Bradley
  A pacey young striker Sion first  joined City as part of the academy set up and starred for the U19s during the 2015-16 campaign.
  He joined Bangor from Bala Town and has also played for Blaenau Amateurs, Penrhyndeudraeth and Porthmadog academy. Sion is currently on loan at Porthmadog.
Dob
22
02
1998
20
 Alex Boss
  A pacey and skilful young striker Alex made his Welsh Premier debut for City in the opening game of the 2016-17 season.
  A prominent member of the Bangor City U19s side Alex has also played for Pentraeth in the Welsh Alliance.

Dob
09
10
1998
25
 Gary Taylor Fletcher
  Widnes born Taylor Fletcher began his career with Northwich Vics before joining Hull in 2001.
  He then moved to a number of clubs including Orient, Lincoln, Blackpool, Leicester and most recently Tranmere and Accrington Stanley.
  In all he scored 110 goals from 468 career appearances and has scored in the top five divisions of English football including the Premier League.
Dob
04
06
1981
91
 Rodrigo Branco
  Rodrigo joined Bangor at the start of the 2016-17 season.
  Most recently with Tennessee based Knoxville Force in the National Premier Soccer League in the USA.
  Born in Brazil Rodrigo played youth football for Sao Bernardo and Sao Paulo before arriving in England via an unsuccessful trial with Blackburn Rovers which led Fleetwood to take a chance on the young striker.
  He then played for Lancaster on loan before moving to Malta to play for Floriana in 2013.
  Rodrigo then moved to Hastings United and Horsham before moving to Knoxville for the 2015-16 season in a stay cut short by visa restriction. He is now a Portugese passport holder.
Dob
14
07
1991
Bangor City Players 2016-17



Bangor City
Players & Squad Numbers 2015-16

GOALKEEPER
27
 Connor Roberts
  The  St Martins (nr Oswestry) based glovesman started his career with Chirk AAAs before joining Tranmere Rovers and catching the eye of Merseyside giants Everton.
  Connor played for Everton at U18 and U21 level featuring alongside the likes of Caernarfon Town's Nathan Craig, Luke Garbutt, Ross Barkley and Jose Baxter and was capped by Wales at U19 and U21 level,
 He spent loan spells in the NPL with Burscough (under the management of Derek Goulding) and in the Conference North with Colwyn Bay before joining Cheltenham in 2012 where he made his Football League debut against Dagenham and Redbridge in May 2014. He then joined Chester during the summer of 2014.
 In June 2014 he was called up to the senior squad by manager Chris Coleman for the friendly against Holland.

Dob
11
09
1990
1
 Antoni Sarnowski
  A promising young Polish born goalkeeper, Antoni joined Bangor during the summer of 2015 from The New Saints academy. Lives in the Wrexham area.
Dob
18
04
1998

DEFENCE
2
 Dec Walker
  Warrington born Dec Walker made 19 appearances for Wrexham in the Conference during the 2012-13 season after progressing through the Colliers Park academy structure.
  An attack minded rightback Dec was given a professional contact at The Racecourse in July 2010 and broke into the Republic of Ireland U19s squad for the UEFA Championships a year later - only to be ruled out by injury.
  He did though appear for the Irish in both game against the Ukraine in September 2010 including a full debut appearance.

Dob
01
03
1992
3
 Sam Hart   A left sided defender or midfielder Sam began his career with Preston before joining Airbus from Newcastle Town in July 2012. Despite being qualified to play for England, Scotland, Northern & Southern Ireland Sam played for Wales in the Victory Shield and other Under 16 tournaments. (Also U17 & U19)
  During his time with the Broughton club Chester born Sam made 43 Welsh Premier appearances, including eleven from the bench. Airbus often played Sam at leftback although I am told he played more in midfield as a schoolboy and youth.
Dob
29
11
1991
4
 Leon Clowes    The Chester born centreback made sixteen appearances for the Conference club last season but was released this month after training with The Dragons during pre season. It is understood Leon turned down approaches from other Welsh Premier clubs to join City - as well as a short term offer to stay at The Racecourse.
  Leon has played in the WP before during a loan spell with Airbus and spent a similar spell across the border with Vauxhall FC.
  The 22 year old should add height to the blues defence - and if older City fans think the name is familiar, he is the nephew of winger Lee Clowes who made some thirty odd appearances for Bangor in the 1996-97 season.
Dob
27
02
1992
6
 Anthony Miley
  Centreback Anthony Miley signed for City during the summer of 2013.
  During the 2012-13 season Anthony played for coast rivals Colwyn Bay and Conwy United having previously played for Bootle.
  During the 2011-12 season Anthony entered the Samsung competition to “Win a contract with Swindon Town” and finished in the top ten out of 2500 entrees. He also represented winners Liverpool in the Dallas (International Youth) Cup. 
Dob
30
08
1992
5
 Iolo Hughes
  A promising young defender Iolo graduated to the Bangor first team squad from the academy.
  Bethel based Iolo was a regular member of the reserves side during the 2012-13 season who made his first team debut at Afan Lido in September 2013.
Dob
12
10
1995
18
 Caio Hywel
   Caio is a calm defender or midfielder who has graduated through the club's academy structure.
   Bangor born he has played for his local club Bethel at junior level and attended Ysgol Brynrefail in Llanrug, and is a regular member of City's Under 19 development side.
Dob
08
09
1996
19
 Matty Woodward
  A tall powerful defender or midfielder, Chester born Matty joined Bangor during the summer of 2015 after two seasons with coast rivals Rhyl having previously made 85 appearances in four years with Airbus.
  He also spent a very brief spell with Chester FC but did not appear for the club.
  His previous clubs include
Chester Nomads and Chester based Upton AAA who play in the West Cheshire League
Dob
14
06
1983
16
 Adam Cummins
  A tall centrehalf Adam made his debut against Llandudno and headed the first goal.
  A Liverpool born product of the Everton academy Cummings joined Mothewell as an eighteen year old and went on to make 26 appearances for the club.
  He enjoyed loan spells with Dundee, Ayr United and Stirling Albion.
Dob
03
03
1993
28
 Adam Pritchard
  Equally at home in defence or midfield Adam has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  He is a regular member of the Under 19 development side.
Dob
00
00
1900

MIDFIELD
7
 Chris Jones    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 2010 and went on to score some crucial goals as City won the Welsh Premier League title in 2011.

Dob
09
10
1985
8
 Damien Allen
  Stockport born midfielder Damien Allen was on Manchester United's books as a schoolboy but signed for Stockport County as a 14 year old in 2000 and went on to make 57 first team appearances for County under the management of Sammy McIlory. Damien moved to Royal Antwerp on loan in 2007 where he made fifteen appearances alongside the likes of Ryan Shawcross, Darron Gibson and Frazier Campbell under the management of Warren Joyce.
   In August 2007 he signed for Morecambe in the League Two and made a further twenty appearances before joining Bury and then Halifax.  Damien joined Colwyn Bay in July 2010 and signed for Bangor City in November 2011 but had to wait for his debut due to the transfer window restriction.

Dob
01
08
1986
11
 Sion Edwards
   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 2011-12 season gets underway Sion has 22 goals from 84 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup Winners medals and a
Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his name.
Dob
01
08
1987
14
 Sam Faulkner
  A powerful attack minded midfielder Sam has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  He was on Wrexham's books as a schoolboy

Dob
25
09
1996
20
 Ryan Edwards
  Ryan gained experience in the Cymru Alliance with Halkyn United, Flint Town United and Cefn Druids before signing for Airbus UK during the summer of 2006.  He quickly established himself and made 185 Welsh Premier starts for The Planemakers over six seasons, scoring nine goals in the process. He was the club's longest serving player at the age of 24. Ryan also represented Wales Semi Professionals at U23 level.
   During his time at Broughton Ryan played left and right fullback and occasionally in midfield.
Dob
22
06
1988
10
 Christian Langos
  A Congolese born winger Christian has been a student at the Liverpool FC Foundation Football College at Liverpool University
  Christian signed for Bangor in August 2015, his previous clubs include Liverpool based Marine.
Dob
09
03
1994
23
 Ashley Young
  Midfielder Ashley joined Bangor from from Ashton United during the summer of 2015, where he was voted into the EvoStik Team of The Year 2014-15.
  Ashley began his career as a junior with both Burnley and Bury before gaining experience in Scottish football with Falkirk as a seventeen year old. He then had a spell in the USA with Erie Admirals and Bunbury Force in Western Australia.
  His previous non league clubs include Mossley and Nantwich Town.
Dob
14
07
1990
26
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
  A skilful and competitive midfielder Ifan has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  Ifan has represented Wales Colleges.
Dob
00
00
1900

FORWARDS
9
 Poyra Ahmadi    A member of the Sheffield United side which reached the FA Youth Cup Final in 2011, Rio has since played for a number of non league clubs in the North West.
  These include Chorley, Skelmersdale United, Droylsden, Ramsbottom United and Mossley.
  The Iranian born striker grabbed the headlines earlier in 2014 when he netted hat-tricks in consecutive games for Salford City.
  Signed for Bangor during the summer of 2015.
Dob
18
01
1993
15
 Phil Warrington
  A pacey young striker Phil has youth team experience with Chester and Bolton Wanderers.
  Phil is a regular goalscorer in the Bangor U19s side.

Dob
21
12
1995
17
 Shaun Cavanagh
  A promising young striker Shaun has graduated through the club's academy structure.
  He was leading goalscorer for the Under 19 side during the 2014-15 seson with twenty goals.
  Shaun previously played for Cae Glyn juniors, Porthmadog academy, Llewod Llanrug, Llanrug juniors, Bontnewydd juniors and Wrexham Centre of Excellence.

Dob
18
10
1997
25
 Mike Elstone
  A pacey young striker Mike joined City during the summer of 2015.
  He began his career on the youth set up at Crewe Alexandra.
Dob
04
10
1998
32
 Steve Lewis
  Liverpool born striker Steve joined Bangor from Holywell in January 2016.
  He was spotted playing for Essemay FC in the Liverpool County League and earned a move to Bala Town in the Welsh Premier in January 2011. After a short stay at Bala the big striker signed for Liverpool based Marine before making his name at Rhyl in both the Cymru Alliance and Welsh Premier.
  In the summer of 2015 he joined Holywell and scored a dozen or so goals before the move to Nantporth.
Dob
10
11
1987
Bangor City Players 2015-16



Bangor City
Players & Squad Numbers 2014-15

GOALKEEPER
1
 Connor Roberts
  The  St Martins (nr Oswestry) based glovesman started his career with Chirk AAAs before joining Tranmere Rovers and catching the eye of Merseyside giants Everton.
  Connor played for Everton at U18 and U21 level featuring alongside the likes of Caernarfon Town's Nathan Craig, Luke Garbutt, Ross Barkley and Jose Baxter and was capped by Wales at U19 and U21 level,
 He spent loan spells in the NPL with Burscough (under the management of Derek Goulding) and in the Conference North with Colwyn Bay before joining Cheltenham in 2012 where he made his Football League debut against Dagenham and Redbridge in May 2014. He then joined Chester during the summer of 2014.
 In June 2014 he was called up to the senior squad by manager Chris Coleman for the friendly against Holland.

Dob
11
09
1990
13
 Nick Bould
  A promising young goalkeeper normally involved with the club's reserves, Nick broke into the first team reckoning during pre season 2013.
Dob
07
09
1995

DEFENCE
2
 Dec Walker
  Warrington born Dec Walker made 19 appearances for Wrexham in the Conference during the 2012-13 season after progressing through the Colliers Park academy structure.
  An attack minded rightback Dec was given a professional contact at The Racecourse in July 2010 and broke into the Republic of Ireland U19s squad for the UEFA Championships a year later - only to be ruled out by injury.
  He did though appear for the Irish in both game against the Ukraine in September 2010 including a full debut appearance.

Dob
01
03
1992
3
 Chris Roberts
  Left footer Chris Roberts gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before stepping up to Unibond League side Colwyn Bay.  Chester born 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 and capped this with a series of outstanding displays to earn a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal in 2011. Chris represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season.
Dob
14
08
1985
4
 Michael Johnston
   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. During the 2009-10 season Michael represented Wales Under 23s (semi professional) side. He has won three successive Welsh Cup Winners medals in 2008, 09 and 10 and in 2011 added
a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal. Michael represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season and again in the Europa League a year later to bring his total European appearances for the City to a dozen starts - a club record.
Dob
16
12
1987
6
 Anthony Miley
  Centreback Anthony Miley signed for City during the summer of 2013.
  During the 2012-13 season Anthony played for coast rivals Colwyn Bay and Conwy United having previously played for Bootle.
  During the 2011-12 season Anthony entered the Samsung competition to “Win a contract with Swindon Town” and finished in the top ten out of 2500 entrees. He also represented winners Liverpool in the Dallas (International Youth) Cup. 
Dob
30
08
1992
16
 Iolo Hughes
  A promising young defender Iolo graduated to the Bangor first team squad from the academy.
  Bethel based Iolo was a regular member of the reserves side during the 2012-13 season who made his first team debut at Afan Lido in September 2013.
Dob
12
10
1995
17
 Sam Hart
  A left sided defender or midfielder Sam began his career with Preston before joining Airbus from Newcastle Town in July 2012. Despite being qualified to play for England, Scotland, Northern & Southern Ireland Sam played for Wales in the Victory Shield and other Under 16 tournaments. (Also U17 & U19)
  During his time with the Broughton club Chester born Sam made 43 Welsh Premier appearances, including eleven from the bench. Airbus often played Sam at leftback although I am told he played more in midfield as a schoolboy and youth.
Dob
29
11
1991
26
 Leon Clowes
  The Chester born centreback made sixteen appearances for the Conference club last season but was released this month after training with The Dragons during pre season. It is understood Leon turned down approaches from other Welsh Premier clubs to join City - as well as a short term offer to stay at The Racecourse.
  Leon has played in the WP before during a loan spell with Airbus and spent a similar spell across the border with Vauxhall FC.
  The 22 year old should add height to the blues defence - and if older City fans think the name is familiar, he is the nephew of winger Lee Clowes who made some thirty odd appearances for Bangor in the 1996-97 season.

Dob
27
02
1992

MIDFIELD
7
 Chris Jones    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 2010 and went on to score some crucial goals as City won the Welsh Premier League title in 2011.

Dob
09
10
1985
15
 Callum Morris
  A powerful midfielder with an eye for goal, Callum joined Bangor in January 2015 .
 
Callum began his career on the academy system at Wigan Athletic but was released during the summer of 2013 and joined Tranmere Rovers.
  A year later the 6'2 Birkenhead born midfielder moved to Chester where he made a couple of substitute appearances for The Seals in the Conference this season.
Dob
12
09
1992
11
 Sion Edwards
   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 2011-12 season gets underway Sion has 22 goals from 84 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup Winners medals and a
Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his name.
Dob
01
08
1987
19
 Damien Allen
  Stockport born midfielder Damien Allen was on Manchester United's books as a schoolboy but signed for Stockport County as a 14 year old in 2000 and went on to make 57 first team appearances for County under the management of Sammy McIlory. Damien moved to Royal Antwerp on loan in 2007 where he made fifteen appearances alongside the likes of Ryan Shawcross, Darron Gibson and Frazier Campbell under the management of Warren Joyce.
   In August 2007 he signed for Morecambe in the League Two and made a further twenty appearances before joining Bury and then Halifax.  Damien joined Colwyn Bay in July 2010 and signed for Bangor City in November 2011 but had to wait for his debut due to the transfer window restriction.

Dob
01
08
1986
20
 Ryan Edwards
  Ryan gained experience in the Cymru Alliance with Halkyn United, Flint Town United and Cefn Druids before signing for Airbus UK during the summer of 2006.  He quickly established himself and made 185 Welsh Premier starts for The Planemakers over six seasons, scoring nine goals in the process. He was the club's longest serving player at the age of 24. Ryan also represented Wales Semi Professionals at U23 level.
   During his time at Broughton Ryan played left and right fullback and occasionally in midfield.
Dob
22
06
1988

FORWARDS
9
 Les Davies    Giant left winger turned striker Les Davies re-signed 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 130 WP appearances for City and 195 in total, scoring in all 60 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. In 2011 Les added a Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his trophy cabinet.
Dob
29
10
1984
8
 Liam Caddick
  Winger or striker Liam  joined Cymru Alliance side Buckley Town from Formby in 2011 and has since found goalscoring form with Burscough for whom he caught the headlines in mid December 2014 with a hatrick inside six minutes for Burscough in a 4-0 win at Kendal in the NPL.
  He joined Bangor mid season during the January 2015 transfer window.

Dob
01
06
1989
18
 Lee Healey
  The 28 year old was the Welsh Premier Player of The Month for October and goes straight into the reckoning for the Port Talbot game on Saturday afternoon.
 Lee joined Cefn Druids during the summer from Connahs Quay and has scored nine goals from ten WP starts (plus five as sub) to be the leading goalscorer at The Rock this season.
 His previous clubs include Ashville, Congleton and Droylsden.
 At Ashville his manager was Mark Rutter who was the Bangor centrehalf in the Nigel Adkins championship side.
Dob
13
11
1986
24
 Phil Warrington
  A pacey young striker Phil has youth team experience with Chester and Bolton Wanderers.
  Phil is a regular goalscorer in the Bangor U19s side.
Dob
21
12
1995
Bangor City Players 2014-15





Bangor City
Players & Squad Numbers 2013-14

GOALKEEPER
1
 Lee Idzi
  Brecon based Lee Idzi was with Merthyr Tydfil as a youngster but has come to prominence in the Welsh Premier.
  Merthyr born Lee is best known for four seasons with Haverfordwest County whom he joined in 2007 but after 122 WP appearances for County he moved to Neath during the 2010-11 season. Lee was recognised as the oustanding goalkeeper in the league by the WP managers and featured in the end of season "select" side. He has also represented the Wales Semi Professional side.
  He joined Bangor during the summer of 2011 and appeared in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki which proved to be something of a baptism of fire! At the start of the 2013-14 campaign Lee has 194 Welsh Premier appearances (all starts) including 64 for Bangor.
Dob
08
02
1988
13
 Nick Bould
  A promising young goalkeeper normally involved with the club's reserves, Nick broke into the first team reckoning during pre season 2013.
Dob
07
09
1995

DEFENCE
2
 Dec Walker
  Warrington born Dec Walker made 19 appearances for Wrexham in the Conference during the 2012-13 season after progressing through the Colliers Park academy structure.
  An attack minded rightback Dec was given a professional contact at The Racecourse in July 2010 and broke into the Republic of Ireland U19s squad for the UEFA Championships a year later - only to be ruled out by injury.
  He did though appear for the Irish in both game against the Ukraine in September 2010 including a full debut appearance.

Dob
01
03
1992
3
 Chris Roberts
  Left footer Chris Roberts gained Cymru Alliance experience with Buckley Town before stepping up to Unibond League side Colwyn Bay.  Chester born 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 and capped this with a series of outstanding displays to earn a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal in 2011. Chris represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season.
Dob
14
08
1985
4
 Michael Johnston
   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. During the 2009-10 season Michael represented Wales Under 23s (semi professional) side. He has won three successive Welsh Cup Winners medals in 2008, 09 and 10 and in 2011 added
a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal. Michael represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season and again in the Europa League a year later to bring his total European appearances for the City to a dozen starts - a club record.
Dob
16
12
1987
5
 Jamie Brewerton
   St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno and spent close to a decade with coast rivals Rhyl.
   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
has won three successive Welsh Cup Winners medals in 2008, 09 and 10 and in 2011 added a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal. Jamie represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season and again in the Europa League a year later to bring his total European appearances for the City to a eleven, which when added to twelve with Rhyl reach a total of 23, the fourth highest total of any WP player.
   Suffered a serious injury at the start of the 2013-14 season.
Dob
17
11
1979
6
 Anthony Miley
  Centreback Anthony Miley signed for City during the summer of 2013.
  During the 2012-13 season Anthony played for coast rivals Colwyn Bay and Conwy United having previously played for Bootle.
  During the 2011-12 season Anthony entered the Samsung competition to “Win a contract with Swindon Town” and finished in the top ten out of 2500 entrees. He also represented winners Liverpool in the Dallas (International Youth) Cup. 
Dob
30
08
1992
14
 Joe Culshaw
  A former Wrexham youngster Joe Culshaw comes from Carrog near Corwen.
  He also came through the Racecourse club's academy system but was released as a teenager to join Morecambe, a step up from the Conference to Football League.
  Defender Joe spent part of last season in the Cymru Alliance with Cefn Druids whilst on loan from Northern Premier League side Lancaster.
Dob
03
07
1993
16
 Iolo Hughes
  A promising young defender Iolo graduated to the Bangor first team squad from the academy.
  Bethel based Iolo was a regular member of the reserves side during the 2012-13 season who made his first team debut at Afan Lido in September 2013.
Dob
12
10
1995
18
 Luke Gibson
  A tall young centreback Luke joined Bangor from Atherton Labernum in Auugst 2013.
  He made his debut in the Welsh Premier fixture a Newtown on 24th Augst 2013.

Dob
00
00
1900
22  Corey Jones   Bangor born Corey can play in defence or midfield.
  He rejoined City in January 2013 from Conwy Borough having previously played for Penrhosgarnedd in the Bangor area.
Dob
28
11
1994

 Gerwyn Jones
  Bangor born Gerwyn can play in defence or midfield.
  A former Tranmere Rovers youngster Gerwyn played for the Prenton club's youth and reserve sides whilst also representing Wales at Under 16, 17 and 18 level.

  Upon his release by Tranmere he took up a football scholarship opportunity with Loyola University in Maryland before joining DC United. Gerwyn was an outstanding player for his University side earning recognition for representative sides year on year.
  He then joined Washinton based DC United before returning home and briefly linking up with Caernarfon Town.

Dob
18
01
1991

MIDFIELD
7
 Chris Jones    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 2010 and went on to score some crucial goals as City won the Welsh Premier League title in 2011.

Dob
09
10
1985
8
 Rob Jones
  Attack minded midfielder Rob Jones joined Bangor from Connahs Quay during the summer of 2013.
  Chester born Rob joined The Nomads from Castrol Social in January 2010 and has scored three goals from thirty four starts for the Deeside club.
  He is willing and able to run at and through defences to good effect and has a reputation as a free kick specialist.
Dob
23
06
1989
11
 Sion Edwards
   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 2011-12 season gets underway Sion has 22 goals from 84 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup Winners medals and a
Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his name.
Dob
01
08
1987
19
 Damien Allen
  Stockport born midfielder Damien Allen was on Manchester United's books as a schoolboy but signed for Stockport County as a 14 year old in 2000 and went on to make 57 first team appearances for County under the management of Sammy McIlory. Damien moved to Royal Antwerp on loan in 2007 where he made fifteen appearances alongside the likes of Ryan Shawcross, Darron Gibson and Frazier Campbell under the management of Warren Joyce.
   In August 2007 he signed for Morecambe in the League Two and made a further twenty appearances before joining Bury and then Halifax.  Damien joined Colwyn Bay in July 2010 and signed for Bangor City in November 2011 but had to wait for his debut due to the transfer window restriction.

Dob
01
08
1986
20
 Ryan Edwards
  Ryan gained experience in the Cymru Alliance with Halkyn United, Flint Town United and Cefn Druids before signing for Airbus UK during the summer of 2006.  He quickly established himself and made 185 Welsh Premier starts for The Planemakers over six seasons, scoring nine goals in the process. He was the club's longest serving player at the age of 24. Ryan also represented Wales Semi Professionals at U23 level.
   During his time at Broughton Ryan played left and right fullback and occasionally in midfield.
Dob
22
06
1988

FORWARDS
9
 Les Davies    Giant left winger turned striker Les Davies re-signed 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 130 WP appearances for City and 195 in total, scoring in all 60 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. In 2011 Les added a Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his trophy cabinet.
Dob
29
10
1984
10
 Jamie Petrie
  Winger or striker Jamie Petrie played for Connahs Quay in two spells, the first in 2007 after signing from Congleton Town.
  He returned to the English pyramid to play for the likes of Middlewich and Knutsford before returning to Deeside and enjoying his best ever season 2012-13 top scoring with 13 goals from 32 Welsh Premier appearances.
  Jamie is a hardworking forward with an eye for a goal.

Dob
15
05
1986
15
 Jamie McDaid
  Bangor born but Caernarfon based Jamie joined Bangor in October 2012, initially as a youth player.
  A powerful and hard running forward Jamie has played in the Cymru Alliance for Porthmadog whilst also turning out for Caernarfon Town and Holyhead.
  He has represented the Wales U18 Semi Professional side in Wexford, Ireland in February 2012 and scored a hatrick for Wales Colleges against England.
Dob
29
03
1994
21
 John Littlemore
  A goalscoring forward John was a member of the Bangor City youth and reserve side who graduated to the first team squad during pre season 2013.
  John previously played for Anglesey based Bro Goronwy and has represented Wales Schools at Under 18 level.
Dob
10
12
1994
Bangor City Players 2013-14






Bangor City
Players & Squad Numbers 2012-13

GOALKEEPER
1
 Lee Idzi
  Brecon based Lee Idzi was with Merthyr Tydfil as a youngster but has come to prominence in the Welsh Premier.
  He is best known for four seasons with Haverfordwest County whom he joined in 2007 but after 122 WP appearances for County he moved to Neath during the 2010-11 season. Lee was recognised as the oustanding goalkeeper in the league by the WP managers and featured in the end of season "select" side. He has also represented the Wales Semi Professional side.
  He joined Bangor during the summer of 2011 and appeared in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki which proved to be something of a baptisim of fire!
Dob
08
02
1988

DEFENCE
2
 Peter Hoy
  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. As the 2011-12 season kicks off Peter has made 174 Welsh Premier starts for Bangor a total exceeded only by Paul Roberts and Marc Lloyd Williams. He has won three Welsh Cup Winners medals and was a prominent member of the 2011 Welsh Premier Championship winning side. Peter holds the club record number of European appearances with twelve and, uniquely, has appeared in The Inter Toto Cup, The UEFA Cup, The Europa and Champions League for the club.
Dob
06
05
1982
3
 Chris Roberts
  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 and capped this with a series of outstanding displays to earn a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal in 2011. Chris represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season.
Dob
14
08
1985
5
 Jamie Brewerton
   St Asaph born defender Jamie Brewerton has previously played for Conwy United and Llandudno and spent close to a decade with coast rivals Rhyl.
   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
has won three successive Welsh Cup Winners medals in 2008, 09 and 10 and in 2011 added a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal. Jamie represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season and again in the Europa League a year later to bring his total European appearances for the City to a eleven, which when added to twelve with Rhyl reach a total of 23, the fourth highest total of any WP player.
Dob
17
11
1979
6
 Michael Johnston
   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. During the 2009-10 season Michael represented Wales Under 23s (semi professional) side. He has won three successive Welsh Cup Winners medals in 2008, 09 and 10 and in 2011 added
a Welsh Premier Championship winners medal. Michael represented the club in the Champions League matches against HJK Helsinki at the beginning of the 2011-12 season and again in the Europa League a year later to bring his total European appearances for the City to a dozen starts - a club record.
Dob
16
12
1987
18
 Liam Brownhill
  Alrincham born defender Liam began his career with Stockport County before joining Bangor City under the management of Peter Davenport. After a solitary appearance he joined Connahs Quay managed by Nev Powell but after half a dozen starts move on once more.
  In English football Liam played for Witton Albion and then Droyldsen before joining Chester in May 2011. Liam has been capped by England C, which means he is Non League International.
  Liam returned to Bangor City in June 2012 and made his debut in the Europa League matches with Moldovan side Zimbru.
Dob
01
08
1986
20
 Ryan Edwards
  Ryan gained experience in the Cymru Alliance with Halkyn United, Flint Town United and Cefn Druids before signing for Airbus UK during the summer of 2006.  He quickly established himself and made 185 Welsh Premier starts for The Planemakers over six seasons, scoring nine goals in the process. He was the club's longest serving player at the age of 24. Ryan also represented Wales Semi Professionals at U23 level.
   During his time at Broughton Ryan played left and right fullback and occasionally in midfield.

Dob
22
06
1988

 Kris Thomas
  Capable of playing rightback or centreback tough tackling Kris is scarcely a man to trifle with. Best described as no nonesense the Llanelli born defender has also played for Merthyr Tydfil and Forest Green.
  In Welsh Premier circles Kris has played for Llanelli, Carmarthen and Cwmbran Town totting up more than 300 League starts and scoring nineteen goals. Has operated as fullback, centreback and in midfield along the way.
Dob
16
01
1993

MIDFIELD
4
 Dave Morley
  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. In 2011 Dave was a dominant player in the Bangor side which captured the Welsh Premier league title.
Dob
25
09
1977
7
 Chris Jones
   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 2010 and went on to score some crucial goals as City won the Welsh Premier League title in 2011.

Dob
09
10
1985
11
 Sion Edwards
   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 2011-12 season gets underway Sion has 22 goals from 84 WP starts for City and has three Welsh Cup Winners medals and a
Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his name.
Dob
01
08
1987
16
 Mark Smyth
   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
19
 Damien Allen
  Stockport born midfielder Damien Allen was on Manchester United's books as a schoolboy but signed for Stockport County as a 14 year old in 2000 and went on to make 57 first team appearances for County under the management of Sammy McIlory. Damien moved to Royal Antwerp on loan in 2007 where he made fifteen appearances alongside the likes of Ryan Shawcross, Darron Gibson and Frazier Campbell under the management of Warren Joyce.
   In August 2007 he signed for Morecambe in the League Two and made a further twenty appearances before joining Bury and then Halifax.  Damien joined Colwyn Bay in July 2010 and signed for Bangor City in November 2011 but had to wait for his debut due to the transfer window restriction.

Dob
01
08
1986
24
 Levi Mackin
  Chester born Welshman Levi began his career with Blacon Youth and Chester City but signed for Wrexham as a schoolboy and played youth and reserve football for The Robins.
  He made his Football League debut as any 18 year old against Wycombe Wanderers in May 2004. This was the Denis Smith era, Denis Lawrence and Hector Sam played as did Simon Spender. The Wrexham goal in a one all draw was scored by Chris Llewellyn.

  Levi went on to make 45 Football League appearances for Wrexham and a further sixteen after their relegation to the Conference. He fell out of favour with manager Dean Saunders who did not appreciate Mackin's no nonesense combative style. Loan periods followed with Droylsden and York City with The Ministermen taking up the option of signing the Welsh U21 International on a permanent basis. After a total of 61 Conference starts for York Levi joined newly promoted Alfreton Town in July 2011 but after a relatively unhappy time in Derbyshire he signed for Chester in January 2012.
Dob
04
04
1986

FORWARDS
9
 Les Davies    Giant left winger turned striker Les Davies re-signed 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 130 WP appearances for City and 195 in total, scoring in all 60 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. In 2011 Les added a Welsh Premier championship winners medal to his trophy cabinet.
Dob
29
10
1984
10
 Chris Simm   Wigan based marksman Chris was top scorer at Chester last season with fifteen goals at The Seals gained promotion to the Conference North.
   A former Racecourse trainee, Chris spent a trial period with Wrexham as a 23 year old but opted to leave and caught the eye with Leigh and Hyde United before moving on to Southport - and took in a brief loan spell with Chorley - before joining Chester.
   With Neil Young's side he scored ten goals in 22 outings in 2010-11 and then fifteen in 2011-12 including a hatrick in his final appearance against Marine. He made his Bangor debut in the Europa League matches with Zimbru in July 2012.
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10
04
1984
14
 Alan Bull
   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.
   Alan marked his first season in the WP with sixteen league goals as Bangor won the Welsh Premier League for the first time for fifteen years.
ON LOAN AT BUCKLEY TOWN JANUARY TO MAY 2013
Dob
25
11
1987
17  John Owen    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, who lives in Chwilog, a village close to Pwllheli and Porthmadog, marked his Welsh Premier debut at Newtown with a well taken goal.
   At the start of the 2012-13 campaign John is one of a pack of four forwards in blue who will be keen to impress as the season moves forward.
ON LOAN AT PORTHMADOG JANUARY TO MAY 2013
Dob
18
08
1992
8
 Robbie Booth
  Liverpool born midfielder Robbie began his career with Everton but joined Chester City as an eighteen year old.
  As a youngster with the Goodison club Robbie played alongside former blues Craig Garside plus rightback Steve Wynne and striker Paul Hopkins who were at Farrar Road during the 2006-07 campaign.
  After breaking into the first team during the Autumn of 2004 Robbie made his Football League debut in November against Boston United. Robbie made eleven league starts for The Seals occasionally featuring alongside current Port Talbot marksman Cortez Belle.
  After his release from Chester in 2005 Robbie had spells with Southport, Burscough and Droylsden before becoming one of a select band to have represented both Chester City and the newly former club in 2010. Since signing for Chester he has also spent a brief period on loan at Vauxhall FC.
Dob
30
12
1985
16
 Gary O'Toole
  Gary is best known for his associations with Connahs Quay for whom he was top scorer for the past two seasons in the Cymru Alliance.
  Gary O'Toole initially played for Connahs Quay during the 2005-06 season after playing youth team football for Coventry City and Wolves. However Gary did not settle with the then WP side and moved to play for Caernarfon Town and more recenlty Eastham before rejoining The Nomads during the summer of 2010. He went on to top score in both seasons in the Cymru Alliance and led the club to promotion back to the Welsh Premier. Gary started the 2012-13 season - played at Nantporth on the opening weekend - with The Nomads scoring four goals in a handful of appearances but left the club by mutual consent in November 2013 to try his luck in Maltese football.
Dob
29
01
1987
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