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Llangefni Town begin promotion campaign away from home

10th July 2018

The Town will begin their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance title challenge with a trip to Llanberis.

We are fancied by many to go one better this season after finishing second behind eventual champions Conwy Borough. Following our opening day clash we are again hitting the road this time visiting promotion rivals Llanrug United on August 15.

This will be followed by another huge test on August 18 when we make the trip along the 55 to Llandudno Albion, this is followed by a trip down the road to newly promoted Bodedern Athletic.

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PRE-SEASON INTERVIEW WITH THE GAFFER.

6th July 2018

PRE-SEASON INTERVIEW WITH THE GAFFER.

The pre-season campaign kicks off tomorrow with an away trip to Porthmadog FC, we took the opportunity to speak to Chris Roberts

How has pre-season training gone?

We had our first pre-season training last Tuesday night and all the lads really worked hard and put a shift in. It was good to see some of the young lads coming through, we had three 16-year-old lads training with the first team and all three did really well and have a bright future at Llangefni FC. It was tough first session working mostly on fitness. It was good start to what is going to be a tough few weeks for us to ensure we are ready for the new season.

What can we expect Ger joining our coaching staff and how has he settled in so far?

Ger bring a lot of different things to the table. He is very vocal and not afraid to voice his opinion which I think is good. His knowledge of local football is second to none and he has great man management skills which is great to have in the dressing room with the lads. He is also an attacking minded coach which brings a different approach to our bench with both myself and Tommo having played as defenders throughout our careers which is exciting to have. He looks to have settled in straight away and took some parts in the session on Tuesday night along with Tommo, Mike, Liam and myself.

Do we have anymore signings lined up?

Never say never, we are always looking to strengthen but with most of last season squad committed for the new season along with the new additions of Alan Mark, Marvin, Liam Morris and Chris Saxon I am happy with the current squad. It is really good to have done most of the business early and now we can concentrate on getting ready for the new season and playing the way, we want.

Any pre-season games lines up?

Yes, we start our pre-season tomorrow when we travel to Porthmadog FC, Craig has done a fantastic job at Port and we are expecting a tough start. We have 7 first team players missing tomorrow due to holidays etc but will be a good chance to look at some of the youngsters.

We currently have 5 pre-season friendlies lined up which are:

Porthmadog tomorrow

Bontnewydd (A) Sat 14th July

Ruthin (A) Sat 21st July

Saltney Town (A) Sat 28th July

Holyhead Town (A) Thu 2nd August

A great mixture of opponents which will hopefully give us a good test as well as allow us to try new formations styles of play and look at some new players and how best to utilise them

NEW SIGNING!!!

5th July 2018

NEW SIGNING!!!

Attacker Liam Morris has signed for The Town. Liam who was at Gaerwen last season scored a total of 29 goals and is a highly rated attacking player.

Chris had this to say about the signing:

"Liam is a great player and one that I kept a close eye on throughout last season and was really impressed with him. He is quick, direct and has a great eye for goal. Liam has been training with us throughout pre season and we can already see that he will bring a real threat to us going forward. Welcome to Llangefni Liam"

The club would like to welcome Liam to Llangefni Town FC 

LLANGEFNI FC GET THEIR MAN!!!

4th July 2018

LLANGEFNI FC GET THEIR MAN!!!

Llangefni FC have tonight re-signed last seasons player of the year and managers player of the year, goalkeeper Steven Sinclair. This is great news for the club.

 


Manager Chris Roberts had this to say:

“This is fantastic news for us, I class Steve as one of the best goalkeepers around. Steve was outstanding last season and a major part of us finishing second in the league. 


We were all crossing our fingers that Steve would sign once again but weren’t sure of his situation and what he was going to do, this is why we signed Dylan at the beginning of the transfer window as a back-up plan in case we could not secure the service of Steve once more. Now that we have our man we are looking forward to working with the squad we have and getting ready for the start of the season”


The club would like to welcome Steve back once more and cant wait to see him back in action at Lon Talwrn.

NEW LOOK MANAGEMENT TEAM

4th June 2018

We are pleased to confirm that Gerallt Jones will be joining the management team for next season.

Gerallt a prolific scorer who played for successful Llangefni teams during the 90s and 00s was a vital part of the clubs Cymru Alliance championship winning team in 2007.

Manager Chris Roberts said: "First of all i would like to thank Rob Hughes for all he has done over the past three seasons and wish him all the best in the future.

After narrowly missing out on promotion the last two seasons i think a fresh approach was needed this time around, starting with the managment team here at Llangefni.

My new look coaching staff will consist of myself with Jason Thomas and Gerallt Jones assisting me, Liam Ewing will stay on as Club Goalkeeping Coach and Physio and Mike Roberts as a coach. We would like to welcome Ger to the management team.

Jason, Ger, Liam and myself have held numerous meetings and all have the same passion, vision and desire to take this team forward. I believe Gerallt brings a variety of things to our management team, he is very vocal, his knowledge of local football is second to none, he is a great character that will fit in well with our dressing room, he has experience of playing at the highest level where he played an attacking role for the likes of Bangor City, Llangefni Town, Glantraeth and Gwalchmai to name a few, Gerallt will bring a more attacking minded approach to our team and most of all his commitment over the years has been brilliant . I think the addition of Ger is a positive move in us progressing and cant wait to get started with the lads.’’


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