Bangor City management duo Nicholson and Taylor-Fletcher to leave

Bangor City will be under new management next season after Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Kevin Nicholson left their roles.

The pair leave the club after the Citizens were demoted from the Welsh Premier League after failing to obtain the Tier One Domestic Licence.

The club will announce Nicholson’s successor at an organised press conference on Thursday afternoon, preparing for life in the Cymru Alliance.

“I would like to thank Bangor City for giving me the opportunity to manage and coach the team. I am extremely proud of our achievements this season,” said the departing Nicholson.

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the players, the staff and everyone at the club. I wish them all the best for the future. I will also never forget the level of support I personally had from the Bangor fans and I thank them for how they welcomed me into their club. I look forward to the future and the next challenge.”

Kevin Nicholson was appointed as Bangor City boss back of May last year, where he guided them to a second placed finish and a Welsh Cup semi-final. Nicholson has been linked with the recent vacancy at Vanarama National League North side Chester.

Taylor-Fletcher who initially joined the club as a player, before taking the role as player-manager, leading the club to Europa League play-off final success, also leaves the club.

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