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Taylor Seeks New Challenge

3 months ago By Sam Williams

Fullback Danny Taylor Moves On

“I’d like to wish the rest of the lads the best of luck with the remainder of the season, and hopefully they can secure that play-off spot and continue to progress in the cup.” Danny Taylor

Llandudno Football Club can confirm that Danny Taylor has moved on from the club to seek a new challenge elsewhere.

The fullback featured 85 times for Llandudno and was part of the squad that travelled to Europe back in 2016 against IFK Gothenburg.

Danny Taylor said on his departure: “I’d like to wish the rest of the lads the best of luck with the remainder of the season, and hopefully they can secure that play-off spot and continue to progress in the cup.”

Llandudno Football Club would like to wish Danny all the best in his future career both on and off the field.

Manager Iwan Williams is still actively working hard behind the scenes to try and make further additions to the squad before tomorrow night’s deadline.

Updated 17:31 - 30 Jan 2018 by Sam Williams

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