billy daniels | MIDFIELD














An experienced midfield player who joined the Pitmen in August 2019 from league rivals Nuneaton Borough

A former trainee at Coventry City, Bristol-born Daniels came through the Sky Blues youth system to sign his first professional contract with the club int resumer of 2012. He make his debut for Coventry as a teenager in a Football League Cup game against Dagenham & Redbridge in August 2012

After signing a contract extension with the club the following season, Daniels saw more game time for the club in the 2013-2014 campaign, scoring the winner against Bristol City in an exciting 5-4 win in August 2013. He followed this up a week later with a brace against Carlisle United and looked to have cemented his place in the side. However, the return of Sky Blues skipper Carl Baker saw Daniels return to the fringes once more, spending a month out on loan at Cheltenham Town towards the end of the season

With first-team chances limited throughout the 2014-2015 season, Daniels left the Ricoh Arena in January 2015 to join Notts County on an eighteen month contract. He was to only see out six months at Meadow Lane, as he left the club in the summer of 2015 to move into non-league football with a move to Nuneaton Town

His versatility was to be a mixed blessing for the youngster in the next three seasons, as he was in and out of the Nuneaton side as they struggled with problems on and off the pitch in National League North. His time at Nuneaton came to an end in July 2018 with a move to league rivals Kidderminster Harriers, where he was to enjoy a consistent 2018-2019 season with nearly thirty appearances at step two once more

In July 2019, he rejoined Nuneaton ahead of their BetVictor Southern Premier League Central campaign. He played in five of Boro's pre-season games, setting up two goals, before electing to join league rivals Hednesford with just four days left before the start of the new season

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