‘I’ve been an admirer of Toby’s ability for some time, and it was an opportunity too good to miss.’said Alan. ‘’ When I realised he was available it was a no brainer really, and it’s great that he wanted to return to the club, where I think he feels he has unfinished business.. Whilst I’m looking to bring in some experienced players within the next few weeks, nevertheless with Toby only being 21 and Dean Seager not yet 19, it gives us a great platform in building for the future’’
‘’Toby has pace, a terrific technique and gives us options up front as to the way we set up.’’ He’s already shown his quality in training over the last week or so. The attitude of the other players so far during pre season has just been fantastic, and frankly we can’t wait for the season to actually get started’’.
It's been nearly 4 years since Toby last played for Llandudno and in that time he has gained experience in the WPL with full timers Neath and Airbus and he feels he is returning a lot stronger player, "I have learned a lot in the last few years and i hope i can help Llandudno with their aims this year".
Meanwhile, Llandudno’s first home game of the season is a friendly against Ramsbottom United at Maesdu Park Saturday. Kick off 2.30pm