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FOLLOWING the release of Daniel Nardeillo yesterday, Bangor City have signed a replacement striker in the form of James Demetriou.

The 22-year-old Australian-born frontman played for Sydney Olympic before signing a two-year professional contract with Championship club Nottingham Forest in August 2013 representing the Cyprus Under-21s in the UEFA Under-21 European Qualifiers.

Demetriou then joined Premiership club Swansea City on a two-year contract in June 2014 and was loaned to Wealdstone FC, moving to Cypriot First Division side Karmiotissa for the last season.

While at Swansea, he was fined £700 and warned about his future conduct, after admitting 13 breaches of FA rules on football betting.

"We are very pleased with the signing of James and we look forward to working with him. He is a young player with good pedigree and will add to our options in the striking department," says Citizens' manager Kevin Nicholson.