Port Talbot welcome back midfield enforcer Neil Thomas 

Division One side Port Talbot Town have announced that experienced Welsh Premier League midfielder Neil Thomas has returned to the club. 

Thomas who last played for Llanllyfni where he was honoured for scoring six goals in one match in the JD Welsh Cup previously played for the Steelmen back in the 2009/2010 season. He was part of the Port Talbot side that reached the Welsh Cup final.

The 35 year-old who is from Borth Wales has featured for clubs both in North Wales, Mid Wales and the South, with clubs like Bangor City, Porthmadog, Llanelli and Haverfordwest County to name.

Joining him at Victoria Road will be Jackson Hall who has previously played for Afan Lido and Trefelin.

Manager Paul Evans spoke of the signing of Hall to the clubs official website, he joins the club after playing in England.

“Hall is a great addition to the squad. He’s very strong in attack and in defence, he’s got a lot to offer.”

As well as recruiting players, the Steelmen have also announced changes to their backroom staff.

Most notably, Mark Pike who left the club to join Trefelin as manager has returned to the club in the assistant manager role as well Morris Scott who worked at Taffs Well last season, who will take the role as First Team-Coach of the club.

(Featured Image: Lewis Mitchell)

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