Welsh football reacts to Bangor City’s licence rejection

Bangor City were today refused an FAW domestic licence on appeal and thus have been consigned to plying their trade in the Huws Gray Alliance.

The Welsh domestic scene eagerly awaited the announcement of the appeals, with Connah’s Quay Nomads and Llanelli Town both awaiting on news on their licencing appeals, with the decisions having league wide ramifications heading into the 2018/19 season.

Upon announcement, both Nomads and the Reds were able to secure their place in the top flight for the coming season, but one of Welsh football’s biggest powerhouses was rejected a licence for the forthcoming campaign.

The decision to refuse the Welsh football giants, and former Welsh Premier League winners a licence, was met with shock and indignation from fans.

However, some were taking a positive spin as the events unfolded.

This leaves the Huws Gray Alliance with a wealth of clubs with previous glory, including Airbus UK, Rhyl and now Bangor City are the latest name we can add to the list.

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