Date: Wed 10 Aug 2016

Nomads swoop for Williams

The Nomads are pleased to announce the signing of experienced striker, Matty Williams.

Williams was recently released by The New Saints following a six year spell at the Oswestry-based club in which time he scored 49 goals from 83 starts and 42 substitute appearances.

Born in St Asaph, Williams was a Wales Under 21 international and joined Manchester United as a 16 year old where he played alongside a number of players which went on to bigger and better things including Kieran Richardson, Phil Bardsley, Giuseppe Rossi and most notably, Gerard Pique.

Since leaving Old Trafford, Williams went on to play for Notts County, Tamworth, Burton Albion and Rhyl before joining The New Saints in 2010. His first season with TNS saw him score 24 goals in 38 appearances across all competitions.

Williams notably scored twice in the 2015 Welsh Cup Final victory over Newtown and also scored in the UEFA Champions' League qualifying rounds against B36 Torshavn and Videoton.

On the signing, manager Andy Morrison said "We are delighted to welcome Matty to the Club. We have signed an exceptional player - someone whose goals-to-games ratio is second-to-none at this level. He brings great experience and has won everything you can in Welsh football.

I am really looking forward to working with him."

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