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Triple Signing As Manager Further Enhances Squad

1 month ago By Sam Williams

Three More In At The Giant Hospitality Stadium

Manager Iwan Williams has further strengthened the squad with the triple signing of Osian Jones (Pictured above, left), Telor Williams (Pictured above, right), and Sean Thomas. The Manager had this to say on his most recent acquisitions:

“Further additions to our squad are Osian Jones, Telor Williams and Sean Thomas. Osian has been brilliant throughout the course of pre-season with his work rate and grittiness. He’s been at the club for a number of years progressing through the youth system and he deserves as chance in terms of being included in the first team squad. He’s fearless and will run channels all day long for us. He recently earned a Welsh Cap at Colleges level and we have high hopes of him developing further under myself and my Management Team.

Telor recently joined our Under 19’s and is someone whom I had at Caernarfon and again someone whom I presented with his First Team debut. We will be giving Telor a First Team squad number as he’s done fantastically well since coming in and the squad have taken to him immediately. With only Steve Thomas and Zebb (Edwards) giving us balance on the left hand side, Telor will have his opportunities and given his recent performances we are comfortable with throwing him into the deep end should we need to.

Sean has joined us as Peo’s (Shaun Pearson) understudy. He has impressed us a lot in training since coming in and at his age and experience we are lucky to have him working alongside Peo as well as Elliott Jarvis and Tom Lewney under the guidance and tuition of Dave Guinn. He will push Peo all the way and fits into the environment we’ve created with his personality.”

The club can also confirm the release of Dan Westwood, Iwan added of Dan's departure:

“It was always going to be difficult for Westy (Westwood) but he gave it a go and unfortunately the travelling did take its toll on him. He’s a great lad and the lads took to him but after speaking with Dan last week about the whole scenario, the decision was made that it wasn’t realistically feasible for him to continue for his own well-being more than anything. I’d like to personally thank him for giving it a go and wish him well in the future.”

Updated 14:25 - 30 Jul 2018 by Sam Williams

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