Dean Rittenberg's four-goal haul may be turning point for him at Bangor, says manager
Bangor City manager Kevin Nicholson believes Dean Rittenberg's four-goal haul in Tuesday night's 5-2 Nathaniel MG Cup victory over Denbigh Town will do the striker's confidence the world of good.
The former Blackburn Rovers prospect joined the Citizens in the last January transfer window but is yet to truly catch fire for the Welsh Premier club.
Before Tuesday's match-turning heroics, the 21-year-old Rittenberg's biggest moment in a blue shirt was scoring the winner over Cardiff Met in last season's Europa League play-off final.
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