Taffs Well have welcomed back former manager Lee Bridgeman to Rhiw Ddar as their new First Team Manager in a triple managership with Adrian Needs Nana Baah.
Bridgeman who left the Wellmen back in October moved to the role of Director of Football and was replaced by Adrian Harris.
But now Bridgeman
Taffs Well recorded their first League win since the 30th September, as they beat a Kingfishers side without a win in seven.
The Wellmen, under the caretaker charge of Adie Harris following the departure of Lee Bridgeman, will have been relieved to have taken the three points, given their hard work
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
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
Ely Rangers manager Julian Jenkins has given back to the Division Three club since his return to the club over five years ago.
Jenkins who has had a fifteen-year involvement in professional sport in various roles is the manager of Wenvoe-based club Ely Rangers and is part of a new beginning