WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

WPL career details for Chris King

 Not in Welsh Premier
The son of former Tranmere and Bangor City player Alan King, joined TNS from Southport in the summer of 2002 and was first-choice at left back, winning a place in the Welsh Premier's dream teams for seasons 2006/7 and 2007/8. Left TNS in May 2008 for League Two outfit Accrington Stanley. After appearing regularly during his first season, he sustained an injury and was released at the end of 2009, later joining Colwyn Bay on loan. After a brief spell with Harrow Borough, made a surprise return to TNS in July 2012 but moved on to Conwy Borough two months later. Returned to the WPL with Cefn Druids in June 2014, leaving the following January.
BORN 14/11/1980 AGE
COUNTRY ENG
POSITION S
ALL-TIME WELSH PREMIER APPEARANCES
SEASON
CLUB
APPS
SUB
GOALS
2002-03
Total Network Solutions
9
2
1
2003-04
Total Network Solutions
23
1
1
2004-05
Total Network Solutions
21
5
1
2005-06
Total Network Solutions
32
1
2
2006-07
The New Saints
13
5
1
2007-08
The New Saints
30
0
3
2014-15
Cefn Druids
5
0
0
Totals  
133
14
9
CURRENT CAMPAIGN (WHERE APPLICABLE)
SEASON
COMPETITION APPS SUB GOALS YELLOW RED
2017-2018League Cup00000
2017-2018Welsh Premier League00000
NB: Welsh Cup stats are unavailable as the FAW does not record player appearances for all rounds of the competition.

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