Aeroplane manufacturer Airbus are to continue their sponsorship of Cymru Alliance champions Airbus UK Broughton. Airbus have extended their sponsorship of the club for a further three years, which will support the youth football academy, ladies team and developmental programmes. Club chairman Michael Mayfield has
This weekend sees the next set of Huws Gray Alliance games return. After a shaky few results, Bangor and Airbus go head to head as the chief game of the weekend, in a game that may well define this early season in the Huws Gray.
Airbus UK Broughton striker Tony Gray has penned a new deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2017/18 season. Gray joined the Wingmakers from AFC Telford in the summer of 2015. He notched up 18 goals in his debut
Andy Thomas has officially been announced as the Airbus manager, taking over from Andy Preece who left the club earlier this summer. Thomas had been in temporary charge at the club following Preece’s departure, but has now been given the reigns permanently. Airbus, however, have
Llangollen Town have had a difficult time of things since the change in format of the Welsh Premier League, however the one constant for the club during a rocky period has been their manager Gareth Lloyd and he has big ambitions for the club’s future.
Former QPR academy defender Tom Matthews has joined Airbus on a season long-loan from Welsh Premier League champions TNS. The defender was part of Norwich’s academy before making the switch to QPR in 2014. Having come through the ranks at Loftus Road and captaining the