GARY Taylor-Fletcher was put in temporary charge of Bangor City after the club parted company with Ian Dawes in March 2017.
A player and assistant manager of the Citizens, he began his senior career at Northwich Victoria in 1999 and made 43 league appearances whilst at the club. Towards the end of his time there, he had a brief loan spell with Hull City, before switching permanently to Leyton Orient in June 2001. Taylor-Fletcher struggled to break into the first team ranks and spent a loan spell at Grays Athletic and two at Dagenham & Redbridge.
In August 2003, after 21 league appearances for O's, he joined Lincoln City and, in a successful spell, made 90 league appearances over two seasons. He then moved to Huddersfield Town in June 2005, making 81 league appearances in two seasons.
Taylor-Fletcher then joined Blackpool in July 2007 and established himself as a regular, making 215 league appearances for the Tangerines, before a move to Leicester City in September 2013, making 21 appearances as Leicester were promoted to the Premier League as champions. In October 2014 he joined Sheffield Wednesday on a month-long loan before signing for National League side Tranmere Rovers on a short-term deal. In October 2016, Taylor-Fletcher joined Accrington Stanley on a non-contract deal, signing for City three months later.