Experienced Bangor City striker Daniel Nardiello released by Citizens
Bangor City have announced the release of experienced striker Daniel Nardiello as he leaves the North Wales club, a year after joining.
The former Wales international was lauded as a marquee signing due to his experience in the English pyramid system but his time with Citizens has now come to an end.
Coventry-born Nardiello made an impact in his first season as his goals helped Bangor to a 4th placed finish and a Play-Off final win, which he was a big part in helping getting his side there after scoring in the semi-final against Newtown.
He also scored a crucial hatrick against Carmarthen Town back in March as Bangor fought-back to beat Carmarthen Town 3-2, after going behind.
Overall, he made 32 league outings in the blue of Bangor City, scoring 13 Premier League goals, most coming last season where he challenged for the Golden Boot award.
The club announced the news on their website this late afternoon after they wished their player well as he prepares for life away from the club.
“Bangor City FC would like to thank Dan for his services to the club and wish him every future success. Diolch yn fawr, Dan!”
Nardiello was a full Wales international after making his singular appearance for the Dragons in a friendly at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham back in May 2007, against New Zealand.
He made his last appearance in Bangor’s 2-0 defeat to the Connah’s Quay Nomads on Tuesday evening as he was replaced in the 78th minute by Sam Henry.
Kevin Nicholson will still be able to choose from a variety of forward options in Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Dean Rittenberg, George Harry, Sam Henry and Anderson Cayola.
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