FIRST TEAM SQUAD 2012 - 13
Lee Idzi - Formerly with Haverfordwest whom he left in January 2011 after 4 seasons there. He made eight WP appearances for Neath to add to some 120 with County. Capped by the Welsh semi-pros in May 2008. Named the Welsh Premier young player of the season for 2008/9 and also voted into the team of the season by the league's managers for 2010-11 and 2011-12. D.O.B 08-02-88
Kyle Clancy - The former Burton Albion and Barrow goalkeeper signed for City in January 2012, and was part of the team that won the NWCFA Challenge Cup in May 2012. D.O.B 16-11-89
Michael Johnston - Michael joined City from Tranmere in 2007. He has represented Wales at U-17, U-19 and U-23 levels and was voted into the team of the season by the league's managers in 2011-12 D.O.B 16-12-87
James Brewerton - Club captain James has previously played for Conwy United, Llandudno and Rhyl, where he spent ten seasons. He has been capped by Wales at U-18 level. D.O.B 17-11-79
Peter Hoy - Versatile defender who first joined City in 2003. Can play across the backline or in midfield. D.O.B 16-05-82
Clive Williams - Defender / striker graduating from the City academy and reserves, has represented North Wales Youths and is a former Leeds United trialist. Spent the first part of last season on loan to Porthmadog before returning to City towards the end of the season. D.O.B 01-01-91
Chris Roberts - Left sided defender / midfielder. Chris played for Cefn Druids and Rhyl, where he won a Championship medal. D.O.B 14-08-85
Liam Brownhill - can play on either side of the defence and began his career at Stockport County. After leaving Welsh fooball where he played one game for City before moving Connah’s Quay, he moved to Witton Albion and then Droyldsen before joining Chester in May 2011. Liam has been capped by England C, which to most of us means he is Non League International. D.O.B 26-11-86
Craig Garside - Commanding central defender and midfielder. A former Everton apprentice who has also played for Airbus, Connah's Quay Nomads, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. D.O.B 11-01-85
David Morley - Experienced centre back / midfielder who has played with Manchester City, Southend, Carlisle and Oxford. David joined us from Hyde Utd in summer 2009. D.O.B. 25-09-77
Sion Edwards - A skilful left winger or midfielder who signed for City in summer 2006 having gained experience on Wrexham 's books. D.O.B 01-08-87
Chris Jones - Chris joined City in 2012 after spells in the Welsh Premier League with Llangefni, Caernarfon and Porthmadog. A Youth product of Leeds United. D.O.B 09-10-85
Damien Allen - Damien was with Manchester United as a youngster, and he has since featured for Stockport County, Morecambe, Halifax, Bury and Colwyn Bay, before signing for City in November 2011. D.O.B 01-08-86
Les Davies - Giant left winger who is in his second spell with City. Les has represented Wales at Semi-Professional level and is an Under 21 International. A popular figure with the fans he has won the BCFCSA Player of the Season for the last 2 years and was voted into the team of the season by the league's managers in 2011-12. D.O.B 29-10-84
Alan Bull - Alan signed for Bangor City in July 2010 after starring against us in a pre-season friendly whilst playing for Colwyn Bay. D.O.B. 25-11-87
Mark Smyth - Mark joined City for a second spell in summer 2009. Mark has represented England at Youth and U-20 level. D.O.B 09-01-85
Chris Simm - A former Wrexham trainee, Chris spent a trial period with Wrexham as a 23 year old but opted to leave and caught the eye with Leigh and Hyde United before moving on to Southport - and took in a brief loan spell with Chorley - before joining Chester. He scored 10 goals in 22 outings in 2010-11 and then 15 in 12 appearances in 2011-12 including a hat trick in his final appearance against Marine. D.O.B 10-04-84
ASSISTANT COACH - Marc Limbert - Marc started off with Everton before appearing for Chester City, Connahs Quay, Colwyn Bay, Altrincham and Rhyl before joining City in 2007. He has been a big part of the management team since the departure of Alan Morgan in November 2010. D.O.B 03-10-73
MANAGER - Neville Powell - Neville returned ‘home’ when he agreed to take over Bangor in May 2007 to start what the Bangor faithful dubbed the ‘Nevillution’. Until then, he had been the second longest-serving manager at one club - he took charge of Connah's Quay at the end of the first season of League of Wales football in May 1993.
He collected his first piece of silverware when they won the League of Wales League Cup, beating Ebbw Vale 1-0 in the 1996 final played at Caersws. Unfortunately, that proved to be Nev's penultimate game as a player for, in the very first match of the following season, he broke a leg at Llansantffraid, which curtailed his playing career.
Neville made his Football League debut as a 17-year old on St David's Day 1981 when he scored for Tranmere Rovers away at Torquay United. A skilful and hard-working midfielder, he made 86 League appearances for the Prenton Park club between 1981 and 1984, scoring four times.
He moved on to play for Bangor City in the Northern Premier League and quickly found himself part of the Citizens' team that qualified for the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985, playing in all four games against Fredrikstad and Atletico Madrid.
Bangor City were founder members of the League of Wales in 1992 and, ironically, on the eve of his 29th birthday, Neville was on the losing side on the occasion of Nomads' very first win in the new competition.
After making more than 30 League of Wales appearances for City, Neville moved to Quay's then home, the Halfway Ground. He played in 115 league and cup games for Nomads before the injury and has since twice led the club to the brink of European competition. In May 1998, Connah's Quay were less than half a minute away from winning the Welsh Cup final against Bangor City when a late equaliser took the game to extra-time and an eventual win on penalties for Neville's former club.
Neville's continuing ability to fashion a team on a low budget and nurture tremendous team spirit says much for his capabilities. The proof of which has been three successive Welsh Cup trophies and the WPL Championship during the last four seasons for Bangor City. D.O.B 02-09-63