City chiefs must seek a long term replacement for Dawes
With the recent departure of Ian Dawes, it is now time the club seek a long term successor if the club are to consider full-time status.
City bosses have seen 3 managers leave the club, Andy Legg and Ian Dawes due to technicalities, not performance. With the new owners looking to build a strong future at Nantporth and push Bangor City back to the top of Welsh Premier League football, they must seek a permanent replacement to take the helm.
The club seeks to turn Professional next season and begin a new era in Bangor City’s already illustrious history. However, for this new chapter to be a successful one, a permanent solution must be found regarding the managerial position left open. For the club to develop and gain stability, something which is needed for a team to develop positively, a manger who the future can be built around is needed.
Changes in tactics, philosophies and squad shake ups is something a new manager brings, and Citizens have seen this far too many times this season. What the club needs is a manager who will stay, who suits the bill, licenses etc, and in terms of managerial ability.
The club needs someone to build a team around, invest in players, develop a squad and to guide the club in the right direction. A manager who the club and fans can invest in, knowing they are around for the long haul.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher got off to the best of starts with a 3-2 away victory over Cardiff Metropolitan University and with the right Pro Licence coach around him, he could be considered for the role, as he boasts the right footballing contact as well as experience as a professional footballer.
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