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. Along with Davies, arrived Daniel Nardiello, Henry Jones and Brayden Shaw, as Legg bolstered his squad with players from the English league system.
Davies made a strong impression upon the Citizen faithful, with many feeling despondent with the full-back returning to Wrexham.
Davies sent out a tweet to all Bangor fans thanking them for their suppor during his time at the North Walian outfit.
My loans come to an end at @bangorcityfc, can't thank them enough for everything and wish them all the best for the rest of the season ⚽️
— Jordan (@jordandavies98) November 23, 2016
The player departed following the announcement that Legg had been relieved of his duties, but will be unavailable for selection for the Conference Premier side until January.