Four-time Welsh Football League Cup winner Lee Bridgeman moves up to Director of Football role at Taffs Well

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

Caerau Ely boss Nana Baah adds Cambrian & Clydach Vale duo Maskimovic and So Sani

Caerau Ely have added a number of new faces to their first team squad over the last week as Cambrian & Clydach duo Ibby So Sani and Josh Maksimovic signed on the dotted line at Cwrt-y-Ala Road. The 2014/2015 Welsh Football League Division One winners currently sit bottom of the Division

Pontypridd mangerial duo Damien and Dom Broad relishing Cardiff Met reunion

BOTH Damien and Dominic Broad of the ambitious Pontypridd Town management team are looking forward to returning to Cyncoed Campus this evening. Damien played under Dr Christian Edwards when the former Swansea defender was starting out as a manager, whilst Dominic did four years of study at Cardiff Met, but opted

Llanelli Town boss Andy Hill grateful for managerial opportunity at Goytre United

Llanelli Town Manager Andy Hill has spoken positively about his time at Goytre Unites as his Reds side host the Port Talbot side this afternoon at Steboneath Park. The former striker spent a number of years at Glenhafod Park before leaving for Llanelli Town, with the two both leaving on good

In-form Goytre United striker Tom Walters looking forward to locking horns with Llanelli Town

Table-topping Goytre United travel to Stebonheath Park this Saturday to face Llanelli Town in the sternest test of their title credentials so far this season. One man pivotal to the early season success at Glenhafod Park is summer signing Thomas Walters. Walters joined from Caerau following an impressive 2016/17 campaign with

Taff Well boss Lee Bridgeman hopeful of a successful campaign at Rhiw’r Ddar

After the fairytale experience of hosting Cardiff City in a friendly at their Rhiw’r Ddar ground during pre-season, Taffs Well FC are aiming for a successful domestic season. The Wellmen currently sit mid table in the Welsh Football League Division One but manager Lee Bridgeman believes the club can compete for

Ton Pentre and Lee Phillips part company by mutual consent after win less start to season

Lee Phillips is the first managerial casualty in the Welsh League Division One after himself and Ton Pentre agreed to part company by mutual consent. The Rhondda club have picked up just three points from a possible 18 so far this season, with the clubs only victories coming in the Welsh