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Llandudno host Bala Town next in the Welsh Premier League

By Geraint Roberts

Fourth placed Bala Town travel to the Giant Hospitality next in the Welsh Premier League as Llandudno look to get some much needed points.

“We dominated the opening twenty five minutes and should have been at least a couple of goals up in that period (against Barry Town)” Iwan Williams

Llandudno will be without the suspended Mike Pearson on Friday night, who got Llandudno’s goal last time out against Barry, after he received two yellow cards.

Bala bounced back last weekend after coming off the back of two defeats at the hands of
Connah’s Quay and Barry Town, but managed to comfortably beat Cardiff Met by three goals to nil.

Llandudno almost pegged Bala back from two goals down last time the two sides met, but the Lakesiders managed to hold on to their three points.

New signing Ben Clark, who’s on loan from TNS, could make his home debut for the club after impressing against Barry, as well as other new signing Gary Taylor Fletcher, who will be part of the squad.

The manager said there were positives to take out of the performance against a tough Barry Town side who find themselves in second place after winning.

“There were many positives. We dominated the opening twenty five minutes and should have been at least a couple of goals up in that period.”

“We had a right good go and even the adversity of conceding a penalty and especially going down to ten men we constantly looked threatening.” Said Iwan.

“Webby had a great chance at the death to equalise but that’s our luck at present.”

Iwan Williams was full of praise for Ben Clark, claiming his performance was encouraging and fearless.

“Ben Clark gave a very encouraging and brave performance given the circumstances. He gave us the energy and that fearlessness to keep getting on the ball.”

“He’s a very technically gifted footballer who will be a breath of fresh air to work with.” Said Iwan.

Iwan has praised Friday night’s opponents Bala and knows how difficult the test will be.

“It’s going to be a really tough game. Colin has a fantastic at his disposal. In the previous fixture against them we were unlucky towards the death not to come away with something.”

“We need that endeavour from the off tomorrow night.” Said the boss.

In terms of team news, Mike Pearson can’t feature due to his suspension, as well as Alfons Fosu-Mensah who was confirmed to have left the club yesterday.

"It's a fully fit squad with GTF included, except for Fons who has obviously left us this week. It's an otherwise full squad to choose from apart from Mike Pearson who's suspended."

Updated 19:53 - 8 Nov 2018 by Geraint Roberts

Where next?

Huge game for Llandudno as they host Carmarthen Town Llandudno welcome fellow strugglers Carmarthen to the Giant Hospitality on Saturday afternoon in a crucial fight for three points.
Llandudno sign former English Premier League striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher. Llandudno FC are delighted to announce the signing of former Blackpool striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher on a contract that is initially until January.


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