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Premier Intermediate


06 Jun 2022
© David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press James Taylor

Bangor boss Lee Feeney has announced his first two signings of the summer in the form of an experienced goalkeeper and a returning club favourite.

Making the move to Clandeboye Park is 37-year-old custodian James Taylor who arrives from Glenavon.

A Bangor native, Taylor spent a brief spell with his hometown club at the beginning of his career before moving on to play for Dundela, Glentoran, HW Welders, Carrick Rangers and, latterly, the Lurgan Blues.

Meanwhile, central defender Ryan Arthur is back at the club after a short period at Ballyclare Comrades.

The 26-year-old originally joined the Seasiders from Knockbreda in July 2018 and had been on the books of Larne, Ards, Carrick Rangers, Cliftonville, Linfield and Crusaders earlier in his career.