FC Nomads part ways with manager Taylor

Welsh National League Premier Division side FC Nomads have parted ways with manager Tom Taylor. 

The club’s reserve coaches Jordan Parry and Colin Evans will take on first team duties on an interim basis as the Nomads face Hawarden Rangers in a derby next Saturday.

The announcement comes after the 2015/16 Premier Division title winners sit 11th in the 15-side league, with five wins so far this season.

The position is a far cry from the club’s ambitions, as they are recognised as one of the third tier’s stronger clubs and have previously fought and won the title only to be denied promotion to the Huws Gray Alliance due to licensing denial.

Taylor joined FC Nomads for a second spell as manager in November 2016, after a spell as manager of Buckley Town.

He guided the club to the FAW Trophy quarter finals last season with the FC Nomads finishing in sixth that season.

Coach Dave Abraham will also leave the club with immediate effect.

A club statement said a further annoucement will be made in due course as the Nomads, a breakaway club from JD Welsh Premier outfit Connah’s Quay Nomads, eye a climb up the table.


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