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Fresh men for Welsh clubs

Published: Wednesday 16 June 2004, 10.10CET
Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids AFC and Welshpool Town have both appointed new managers.

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Published: Wednesday 16 June 2004, 10.10CET

Fresh men for Welsh clubs

Welsh Premiership rivals Cefn Druids AFC and Welshpool Town have both appointed new managers.

Two of last season's Welsh Premiership strugglers have appointed new managers.

Flexys move
Cefn Druids AFC, who finished 13th in the 17-team league, have turned to one-time Welsh Under-21 international Alan Morgan, who joined the club as a player last January. He takes over from Steve O'Shaughnessy, whose reign ended in May, and will be assisted by team captain Aled Rowlands. A club statement read, "The board are confident that the new management team is right and we look forward to the new season with renewed optimism."

Welshpool switch
Meanwhile, Welshpool Town FC, who ended up 15th, have appointed former Carmarthen Town AFC and Wales semi-professional manager Tomi Morgan. Russell Cadwallade had previously been in charge for five years.

Last updated: 16/06/04 22.14CET

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