Date: Tue 05 Jun 2007

Ambitious Queens Park look to emulate TNS

<1>After a disasterous season, which saw them finish bottom of the Cymru Alliance, although not relegated, Queens Park have been taken over and relaunched today and outlined an ambitious plan for the Future. Gap-Queens Park 2007 Plc was registered at 12noon on Monday afternoon and new Secretary Trevor Green has been impressd with the new Personnel on board at the Queensway and he believes that the club " are on the verge of big things.

The Wrexham based side are proud to announce that they are under new management in conjunction with Specialist Recruitment provider Gap-Personnel, one of the UK's largest independent agencies.

In a statement from the club, the new Partners have 'Come in to save and reinvigorate the Queensway Stadium outfit who suffered a horrendous 2006/7 season and were within hours of folding. Gap's Owner Gary Dewhurst is the new Chairman and benefactor of the club and he has high hopes that they can follow the example set by TNS who won the Cymru Alliance in 1993 and have gone on to be the top club in Welsh Football, playing in Europe year on year.'

The club will now be known as Gap- Queens Park and will play in the company colours of All White with Maroon and Navy blue trimming. Stewart Roberts leads the football club as General Manager and qualified coach Levi Lloyd is the Football Manager. Adrian Gough, who is the Finance Director with the parent company, will be the Club Treasurer with Gap's David Jones as Liaison Officer. The Football Club Secretary is Trevor Green who has held similar positions with Clubs in the English system and Ruthin Town.

Green said, "We have identified 20 of the areas finest non league players as targets and are in negotiations at present to bring in a well known former Wrexham and Chester City favourite to the club as player coach."

We have identified 20 of the areas finest non league players as targets and are in negotiations at present to bring in a well known former Wrexham and Chester City favourite to the club as player coach


Gap-Queens Park Football Club


Short Term Ambitions

- To establish ourselves as the Towns second club.

- To finish in the top six of the Cymru Alliance and to win a Cup.

- To gain promotion to the Principality Welsh Premier League.

Long Term Ambition

To mirror the achievements of TNS and compete for a European place year on year.


For Further Information, please contact Trevor Green here.

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