Having left Ammanford AFC in search of a new challenge. 46-year-old Trundle has chosen the ambitious side as his new home for the 2023/2024 season with Rangers fans no doubt counting down the days to see their new signing at Underhill Park.
Trundle will always be fondly remembered by Swansea City fans for his unique style and flair in his 194 appearances for the club, where he netted 91 goals for the club in two spells between 2001-2010 having followed ex-Wrexham manager Brian Flynn from the Racecourse.
The Liverpool-born forward now follows in the footsteps of Swansea icon Alan Curtis in wearing the red and gold of Rangers and will spearhead the clubs challenge for promotion next season.
“I am delighted to finally get this deal done. It is one we are very proud of. I’m really looking forward to the season ahead now with all the lads,” enthused manager Kurtis March.
“I’m really looking forward to the season ahead with all of the lads. No doubt it will be a tough competitive league, but a very exciting one.
Trundle’s signing comes off the back of four successful years in Carmarthenshire at Ammanford AFC in the Cymru South Division where he regularly drew in the crowds with his showmanship at the recreation ground. This though will be the first time in his illustrious 25 career that he has ventured into the third tier of the Welsh pyramid.
Rangers’ chairman Mike Parkin, overjoyed with his new recruit, believes that the signing of Trundle can only drive the club’s ambitious plans to go forward.
“We are honored to have Lee sign for us. He will add so much to the amazing squad of boys we already have in place.
“This coupled with our management team, who are extremely ambitious and experienced in football, will only drive the club forward.
“I can’t wait for the season to start to see what we can achieve.”
(Lead image: Mumbles Rangers)
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