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By Kevin Owen

Bangor City FC has issued the following statement following today's FAW Licence Appeals hearing in Cardiff

At 4.10pm today we received the news that our Welsh Premier League licence and Europa league qualification appeal has been revoked for failure to meet the financial criteria requirements.

Bangor City FC having gained automatic Europa qualification to find ourselves without a Welsh Premier League licence for 2018-2019. Incredibly the football club has built a championship contending squad with excellent sponsorship, investors and shareholders who have backed the club for the past 2 seasons.

On the field we've finished 3rd and off the field we find ourselves up date with HMRC VAT and PAYE, all wages squad and staff paid up to date, no football creditors, no pressing debt, stadium grants being matched by new investment to find ourselves now without a WPL licence for season 2018- 2019!

We will take stock of the situation over the next few days and make further announcements in due course. In the meantime we ask all the supporters to stand with us as we aim to get the club back in the WPL as soon as we can. We will work with the relevant parties at the FAW to ensure we are never in this position in the future.

Updated 17:54 - 26 Apr 2018 by Kevin Owen

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