Nomads announce trio of new signings

Connahs Quay Nomads have announced their first signings of the summer, with three new players joining the club in time for its Europa League qualifying campaign. 

Midfielder Andreas Bianga, left back Tommy Cooney and right back Luke Denson have all been confirmed as Nomads after spending time training with the first team.

20 year old Bianga, born in Lille, France, played for Hyde United and Droylsden in the Northern Premier League after joining Burnley FC’s academy in 2014.

Denson joins Nomads from Colwyn Bay, and will already be familar with a number of the Nomads’ squad having played with John Danby, Michael Wilde and George Horan for Chester FC.

Irish-born Cooney joins for his second Welsh Premier League spell as he made a handful of appearances for Cefn Druids last season. His previous clubs include Brentford U18s, Boston and Scarborough Athletic.

The Nomads have also promoted academy products Luke Blizzard, Joe Sullivan and Conor Harwood into the first team.

Speaking to the club’s official website on the new signings, manager Andy Morrison said:

“All three have trained the last few weeks and have done well. We have signed the three players on short term deals with a view to extend.”

Additionally, Nomads Academy players, Luke Blizzard, Conor Harwood (pictured) and Joe Sullivan have all been promoted to the 2017/18 first team squad in preparation for the Europa League campaign.

“Our three Academy players have progressed well over the last 18 months and thoroughly deserve to be part of the first team squad going forwards.”

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