Alan Moogan named new Bangor Assistant Manager

Bangor City have announced that Alan Moogan will become Gary Taylor-Fletcher’s new Assistant Manager at the club.

The news emerges following the announcement that a takeover at the club is imminent.

Taylor-Fletcher was named manager of the club last week, having initially joined JD Welsh Premier League outfit Llandudno.

But, the former Blackpool ace has returned to Bangor City, after spending 18 months at the club as a player before departing the club this summer when the club were demoted to the second tier of Welsh football, having failed to secure a domestic license to play in the JD Welsh Premier League.

He has now added Moogan to his backroom staff, as he aims to put his own stamp on things following the departure of Craig Harrison earlier this season.

Moogan is a graduate of Everton’s academy, but failed to ever register a senior appearance for the Toffees, but was captain of Southport FC in the English pyramid.

The 34 year-old went on to coach with Liverpool’s academy and now has joined Bangor City to work alongside the club.

Taylor-Fletcher was pleased to secure his services, as well as that of Michael Corless, who joins the club as a scout and coach on a voluntary basis.

With the licence regulations as needed I have strengthened the backroom team. I feel with myself, Alan Moogan and Luke Purcell we will be a strong unit to get the best out of the team and how we want to play.

“Alan is an A License coach, a great guy, has high standards and demands the best from his players which is exactly what I am about.”

The managerial team will want to get off to a good start when they host Holyhead Hotspur in the JD Welsh Cup this coming Friday.

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