Durnin released by Citizens

Oscar Durnin has been released by Bangor City, it has been announced today.  Durnin joined the Citizens this summer when Andy Legg was in charge, but failed to break into the first team. Having previously been at Tranmere Rovers academy, the striker has also turned out for fellow Welsh Premier League side

Wrexham turn down five figure bid for Davies

Wrexham manager Dean Keates revealed to the Daily Post that Wrexham had turned down a substantial bid for highly rated youngster Jordan Davies from Bangor City.   Davies had been on loan at the Citizens earlier in the season and impressed Under then manager Andy Legg. However, upon Legg's departure, the

Davies returns to Wrexham

Jordan Davies has had his loan cut short with Welsh Premier League outfit Bangor City and has returned to parent club Wrexham. Davies, a left-back, was brought to the club by former manager Andy Legg in the summer as he made a host of changes to the club's first team squad.

Dawes announced as new Bangor manager

Ian Dawes has officially been announced as the new Bangor City manager, replacing the departing manager Andy Legg, who left after the club claim he did not want to take on a full-time contract at the club. Legg replaced long-standing manger Neville Powell this summer and made a raft of changes

Dawes key candidate for Bangor role

Ian Dawes has emerged as the most likely candidate to replace Andy Legg at Bangor City, after the former Llanelli manager was relieved of his duties with the club today. Bangor currently sit fourth in the table, with eight wins from 15 games, and despite Legg only joining the club as

Match Preview: Carmarthen Town vs Bangor City

Saturday afternoon sees Bangor making the long trip down to Richmond Park to face Carmarthen in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League. Both teams sit in the top six, but it was contrasting results last weekend. Sluggish Bangor fell to a 4-0 defeat to reigning champions TNS, whilst Carmarthen will be bouyed

Bangor sign Viera

Bangor City have signed Guinea-Bassau international Pavel Viera.  Viera has a range of experience in football since coming through the youth ranks at Portuguese club Olhanese. He made just one appearance for the club, and has had a bit of a journeyman career since leaving the club.  His last club was Cultural y

Bangor City plan to go pro

Bangor City boss Andy Legg told Sgorio today that the club intend to go full time on a permanent basis next season.  Legg was only appointed this summer, replacing longstanding manager Neville Poweel at the helm. But, despite only being in charge for a short space of time, he has impressed