Brickfield manager Simon Sedgwick has finally secured his long term target Phil Molyneux after the player joined the club from Huws Gray Alliance outfit Buckley Town.
Molyneux has carved out a fantastic career in the Welsh football pyramid and has made over 150 appearances in the top flight with Connah’s Quay Nomads, Rhyl and Airbus.
The intelligent midfielder dropped down a division when he moved to Buckley, due to work commitments. After spending time with Buckley, the playmaker turned out for fellow Huws Gray sides Flint Town United and Denbigh Town and also featured for Penycae.
However, the former Nomads midfielder has now joined Brickfield Rangers after an arduous chase by their manager Sedgwick, who is thoroughly delighted to have finally landed his target.
“I’m absolutely delighted to have secured Molly for this season. I wanted him here last season,but it never quite came off. Molly is such an intelligent player he will add a new dimension to the midfield. I’m delighted to have finally got him here.”
Molyneux added that he was excited at the prospect of turning out for Rangers in the 2017-18 season and helping them to achieve their goals of reaching the Huws Gray Alliance in the coming season.
“Brickfield Rangers are a well run and organised club with the vision and passion to achieve their targets of promotion to the Cymru Alliance. The squad is full of quality players that are thriving to succeed here. I’m looking forward to the challenging season ahead and working with the experienced management team at the club.”
Andy Pesco has also joined the club as he returns from his university studies, where he is training to become a physiotherapist.
The midfielder is a player that Simon Sedgwick is delighted to be welcoming back to the club and feels they missed out on having him in the squad last season.
“Andy is a quality attacking midfielder and a player that we missed here last season, so I’m delighted that he’s decided to come back to us”
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