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Bangor City’s 3 – 0 win over Bala Town in their Welsh Premier League fixture at Farrar Road last Friday is believed to have earned Neville Powell’s team a new record in British football during the modern era.

City’s twelve wins out of twelve from the start of the season beats the achievement of the famous double-winning Tottenham Hotspur side of 1960-61. Spurs had previously held the record of eleven consecutive wins from the start of the season in the top flight of their national league.

But the Citizens have some way to go before reaching the all-time British top-flight record set by Rangers in the 1898-99 season, when the Scottish giants won all 18 of their league matches.

City Chairman Dilwyn Jones said, “I am running out of words with which to congratulate Neville Powell and his remarkable team – so all I can say is very well done yet again, on setting a record which will surely keep the name of Bangor City in the football reference books for many years to come.”

"I know that everyone involved with Bangor City will feel immense pride at our success in achieving this feat. I also know that having set this record, Neville and the boys will see it only as a stepping stone to achieving our first goal for the season, being in the top six when the league splits into two divisions early next year.”

30 October 2010


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