Bangor City confident players will stay with the club
Bangor City say they will announce any departures themselves, after rumours grew that the signings made over pre-season may depart due to long outstanding manager Neville Powell being relieved of his duties yesterday.
“Any player that comes in or leaves the club is followed by an official press release, rumours are exactly that.” – James Lees, Commercial Director at Bangor City
During the summer, Bangor City have signed Irlam FC defender Jacques Kpohomouh, defender Lee Owens from Airbus, midfielders Danny Gosset, Tom Field and Gary Roberts. Airbus wingman Ryan Wade who scored twenty one goals from 84 appearances in the Welsh Premier League has also joined the ranks.
Since that was said, Bangor City servant of three years Declan Walker has left the club, the defender had a recurreance of a knee injury which had him sidelined in the 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 campaign.
“I’ve had a great three years at Bangor, it was brilliant playing in Europe but now it’s time to move on, to get fit and get ready for my next chapter, thank you for everything.” – Declan Walker on his departure from Bangor City