Daniel Nardiello joined Bangor City in August 2016 from Bury FC, but Bangor announced that they released the experienced striker in October 2017. The 34-year old, made a total of 28 (plus 4 substitute) appearances in the Welsh Premier league for Bangor and scored 13 goals, finishing among the leading goal scorers in the Welsh Premier in the 2016/17 season.
He brought a wealth of Football League experience with him to the Bangor University Stadium. The 33-year old forward began his youth career with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United before turning professional with United in October 1999.
Nardiello then went on to feature for Barnsley, Queen's Park Rangers, Blackpool, Exeter City, Rotherham United and most recently Bury, amassing over 300 Football League appearances and over 100 goals.
The Coventry-born forward also represented Wales as a full international in a friendly against New Zealand on 26 May 2007, coming on as a 65th-minute substitute for Robert Earnshaw, following in the footsteps of his father, Donato, who played for Wales in the early 1980's.
|Date of Birth:||22/10/1982|
|Place of Birth:||Coventry|
|Former Clubs:||Manchester United, Barnsley, Queens Park Rangers, Blackpool, Exeter City, Rotherham United, Bury|
|Games:||Wales (1 cap)|
|Daniel's Stats:||This Season||Total|
|Total Games:||- / 0||-|