Looking to bounce back
Porthmadog manager Craig Papirnyk (right) is looking for the Club to bounce back from the disappointment of being relegated from the Cymru North
“The news was not what anyone who supports or is involved with the club wanted,” admitted the Port boss.
“However, it is not the time to feel sorry for ourselves, now is the time to be positive
“I feel confident that we will in the running for promotion and with a good group of players I have the foundation to build a team to go and win the Lock Stock Ardal North East next season
“I am now more than ever hungry for success and relish the challenges ahead.”
He added: “There are many good things going on right now off the field, the revamping of the stand, changing room, officials area and treatment room has shown me the club has its ambitions, and this hard work is the proof.
“Players and management will come and go, as is football, but the club will always remain and continue to grow.
“Now more than ever, the club’s supporters should remain positive and get behind the committee and ensure that Porthmadog achieve our ambitions.”
Paul Pritchard; Tom Emlyn; Josh Banks; Ceri James; Ifan Emlyn; Gareth Jones Evans; Rhys Alun and Jamie McDaid have all commited to the club for next season