Midfielder Jay Gibbs has followed in Iwan Williams’ footsteps by leaving Caernarfon to join Llandudno. Gibbs’ contract was today terminated by the Huws Gray Alliance leaders, and Tudno have wasted no time in securing his signature.
The former Holyhead Hotspur man committed his future to the Cofis at the beginning of the season, but a string of suspensions meant that he was unable to get a consistent run of games.
Gibbs has signed a deal until the end of the season, and will be hoping to make an impact to a Llandudno side that still have a chance of qualifying for the Europa League, whether that is by them winning the Welsh Cup, or a top half team (TNS, Connah’s Quay or Bangor) winning the Welsh Cup and Tudno finishing in seventh place.
Speaking to caernarfontownfc.co.uk, Canaries manager Sean Eardley said: “I want to thank Jay for his efforts this season. It’s been a bit stop start for him with suspensions but when he got a run of games he had big influences in certain matches, particularly at Airbus away and Holywell at home. I wish him all the best in his new venture.”
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