BANGOR City’s VSM stadium and 3G facility is back open for business following a brief closure enforced by club officials.

The club made the shock announcement last week following concerns, and after discussions over the weekend with Nantporth CIC and Bangor Community Sports, the owners have decided to make the facilities available for use once again.

Details of the concerns have not been disclosed.

A spokesperson for Nantporth CIC, said: “In relation to the issued raised by Bangor City Football Club whereby a number of concerns were raised by the club, Nantporth CIC are reviewing the concerns and have convened a meeting to address the issues raised and will be looking at ways of ensuring all stakeholders are represented in the management of the 3G facility going forward.”

In what proved to be another turbulent week for the Citizens, chairman Gordon Craig and secretary Nick Wood has resigned from their respective posts with immediate effect.

A club statement, said: “With regards to the change at boardroom level, an announcement will be made in due course as it is important we appoint the correct individuals to move the club forward at pace.

“We currently sit in third place in the JD Welsh Premier League and have a big cup game coming up next week. Lots of hard work is still to be done on and off the field. We appreciate the support of our loyal supporters and apologise for any confusion yesterday's events may have led to. We will endeavour to keep the club moving in the right direction in all areas.

Kevin Nicholson’s side travel to giantkillers Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant in the JD Welsh Cup fourth round on Saturday (1.30pm), and they begin Phase Two of the JD Welsh Premier League season at home to Cardiff Met the following weekend.