Aberdare Town’s Matt Driscoll has left his role as First Team Manager following Saturday’s Derby day defeat to AFC Llwydcoed.
The club are currently win-less in the division and sit just two points above bottom side AFC Porth. Aberdare were also knocked out of the Welsh Cup last week after suffering
Cwmbran Celtic continued their recent upturn in form in the Welsh Football League with a hard-fought victory over Undy Athletic in a five-goal thriller at Celtic Park.
After a rocky start to the season, Celtic have now won four in a row night in league and cup. While Celtic remain 10th
Vale United progressed through to the third round of the SWFA Senior Cup after a 1-0 win against Cwmafan on Saturday afternoon.
Despite not being in action for three weeks, Vale headed into this one feeling confident after a resounding 7-0 win against Carnetown last time out.
Meanwhile, the away side also
Taffs Well manger Lee Bridgeman has announced that he is to stand down as manager of the Division One club with immediate effect after seven years in charge as he moves into a Director of Football role.
It comes after a narrow 2-1 defeat at Bridge Meadow Park to former Welsh Premier
Former Aberdare Town boss Lee Williams is putting the emphasis on youth at fellow Aberdare club AFC Llwydcoed. As the two meet in the Aberdare derby this weekend.
Aberaman Park plays host to the first derby match of the season, with AFC Llwydcoed currently above their town rivals in the divisional
Despite finishing 6th last season in their first campaign back in the Welsh Football League, there are a number of challenges facing Cwmbran Celtic this season, both on and off the field, as they try to ensure they remain a competitive club at this level.
This week Celtic player-manager Lee
Welsh League DIVISION ONE side Ton Pentre have identified Kevin Richards as their new First Team Manager, as he returns to the Bulldogs for a second spell.
The Bulldogs were on the lookout for a manager after mutually agreeing to part ways with Lee Phillips following the clubs league winless to
Some would argue being a football manager is one of the most pressuring jobs in any industry right now. Trefelin's Richie Ryan would not be one of them, after he was awarded Manager of the Month for September along with his club Trefelin, who won FAW Club of the Month.
Caerau FC of the Welsh Football League Division Three have made somewhat of a marquee signing after recruiting former Arsenal and England midfielder Paul Merson.
The two-time Football League First Division winner has already played in Welsh football after signing up for a few brief matches with fellow ex-pro and pundit
Ynysddu Welfare defender David Palmer has taken his first steps into senior management as he leaves the Ddus to join local rivals Cefn Fforest as First Team Manager.
Palmer will still continue his playing career, operating as a player-manager at his new club where he will be in control of footballing