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|WPL MANAGER OF THE YEAR|
Bangor City’s Welsh Cup hat-trick winning manager Neville Powell has capped a season of outstanding personal achievement by successfully achieving his UEFA A Coaching Licence. Football Association of Wales (FAW) Domestic Licensing criteria demand that coaches must be at least working towards this qualification, so again City has gone above and beyond what is required.
Not one to rest on his laurels, Nev has set his sights even higher by recently embarking on the UEFA Professional License course. The standard of this qualification is obvious when you hear that Nev’s fellow students include Chelsea Assistant Coach Ray Wilkins and Wigan boss Roberto Martinez.
Congratulating Neville, City Chairman Dilwyn Jones said, “Neville’s success is the icing on the cake for us as far as City’s season is concerned. We have enjoyed a very successful campaign both on and off the pitch. We are already looking forward to our European matches and what is likely to be an extremely competitive 2010 – 11 domestic season.”
“With Neville and his coaching team at the helm, we are confident that Bangor City will go from strength to strength”
|HELP FOR HEROES|
Welsh Cup winners Bangor City play Royal Welch Fusiliers in charity game for Help for Heroes. CELEBRATION and charity will be the joint theme of a very special football match being played at Bangor City’s Farrar Road ground tomorrow.
Neville Powell’s Citizens take on the Royal Welch Fusiliers in a game which has a double incentive. As well as forming a homecoming celebration for City’s third successive Welsh Cup triumph earlier this month, the match will also raise money for the Help for Heroes charity, an organisation formed to help those who have been wounded in Britain’s current conflicts.
Bangor plan to field the majority of the first team squad and a few of the successful reserves side, while the RWF are a regular footballing unit who play charity matches. It is also hoped there will be guest appearances by some well-known radio DJs and a penalty prize competition is planned.
“We want mums and dads, the youth of Bangor and all regular and new fans to come out and support this great event,” said City’s commercial manager Brian Harvey. “The Colonel of the North Wales Royal Welch Fusiliers has been invited as well as the Mayor. It has been a great season for Bangor City and this will be a brilliant way to round it off – a celebration of our success and the chance to raise money for a very worthy cause.”
Admittance charge is £5 for adults and £3 concessions and the match kicks off at 7pm.
Congratulations to Nev Powells City side who became the only North Wales side to lift three consecutive Welsh Cups in the last hundred years when they beat Port Talbot in the latest final tie in Llanelli.
A remarkable achievement which continues City's, and Nev's, passion for the Welsh Cup and opens the door to another European journey. Mirroring the side's formidable run in the Cup was the support provided by City fans who again made the arduous trip to the other end of the country and cheered the lads to victory - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the fans and proud of our history.
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