Bangor City veteran Sion Edwards has left the club after eleven years.
The ex-Wales semi pro announced on Wednesday that he was leaving the Citizens by mutual consent and looking to ”experience something different” in his playing career.
Edwards was the last surviving member of the 2010-11 City squad, who won the Welsh Premier title under then-manager Nev Powell. For three seasons in a row before being crowned league champions, Bangor also won the Welsh Cup.
Edwards had made just two starts in league and cup action this season and was brought on as a substitute six times. He scored 58 goals in a total of 325 WPL appearances, played in five Welsh Cup finals and appeared in seven European campaigns.
Edwards said on Wednesday night: ”Bangor City Football Club has been such a huge part of my life and it is incredibly difficult saying goodbye, but I feel it is something that’s in the best interests of all involved, including my family and the club itself.”