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The league's highest ever goalscorer, Marc Lloyd-Williams has joined TNS
WELSH Premier all-time record goal scorer Marc Lloyd-Williams has signed non-contract for Saints.
Manager McKenna has been looking to add striker cover for some time and placed seven days' notice of approach on Llord-Williams's Aberystwyth colleague Lee Spike last week.
But since the departure of Aber boss Gary Finley from Park Avenue, his former assistant has become unhappy with the new situation at the club and becomes the third Seasider - along with Finley and John Lawless - to join TNS.
Lloyd-Williams, 31, has scored 176 Welsh Premier goals for Porthmadog, Bangor City and the Black & Greens in 246 appearances.
The Llanberis-born redhead formed a deadly partnership at Farrar Road with another ex-TNS man, Frank Mottram before moving to the Football League with Stockport County, Halifax and York City.
He returned to break the league goal-scoring record with 47 in 2001/2 and would have won the European Golden Boot award had Wales enjoyed a higher Uefa coefficient.
In his one season with Aber, he netted 18 times from 32 appearances (six as sub).
13 August 2021
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