Gary Taylor-Fletcher has joined Llandudno on an initial short-term contract to January as the Seasiders look to bolster their squad.
The former Blackpool player has not played since leaving his Player/Assistant Manager role at Bangor City in the summer following the side's demotion to the Huws Gray Alliance for failing to acquire an FAW Tier 1 Licence.
In an interview with the club website, Taylor-Fletcher said: “I’ve been speaking to a few clubs over the last few weeks but it would have taken too long with the international clearance to come through over in England, then I got a call from Iwan asking if I’d be interested in coming in to help out the squad with my experience.
“I didn’t have to think too long, and the deal was done pretty quickly. We definitely have what it takes to stay up with the squad that’s assembled, but for some reason things haven’t gone to plan.
“It’s a very strong squad who is underachieving and hopefully just needs a boost in confidence to turn it around.”
Also speaking to the club website, Manager Iwan Williams said:
“Today we have completed the significant signing of Gary Taylor-Fletcher. We have been struggling in front of goal throughout the course of the season and given my affiliation with the club, I’m not one to allow our run of form to continue whilst standing still.”
“When I spoke with Gary and met him in person to explain the situation we’re in he was more than happy to come on board and help out. He’s played art the highest level and of course knows the league well after helping guide Bangor to a runners-up spot last season.”
“To get to the Premier League he worked so hard from the lowest level upwards and that is the type of character we need higher up the pitch at this current predicament. He will be demanding of those around him and has the quality to find the net.”
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