The 6’4” Lancastrian, who is equally effective operating centrally or on the flanks, graduated through the youth ranks at Bury.
Shaw was a member of the North West Youth Alliance League title-winning side in 2014/15, scoring 13 goals in 11 games, before signing professionally with The Shakers in the summer of 2015.
Denied a breakthrough into the first team ranks at Gigg Lane, Shaw joined Accrington Stanley at the beginning of 2016 following a successful trial period at the Wham Stadium.
Brayden made his Stanley debut at Oxford in February 2016 and subsequently made several appearances in Stanley’s run to the League Two Play-Off Semi-Finals, where they narrowly lost out to eventual winners AFC Wimbledon.
The club would like to thank Accrington Stanley for allowing Brayden to join The Citizens for a loan period through to January 2017.
Bangor City FC would like to take this opportunity to welcome Brayden to the Bangor University Stadium and the Dafabet WPL.
Photo courtesy of www.accringtonstanley.co.uk
Updated 22:00 - 19 Aug 2016 by Kevin Owen