Cwmamman United part company with manager Mark Snell

Division One club Cwmamman United are on the lookout for a new manager following the departure of Mark Snell.

The West Wales side side lost 5-2 at home to relegation candidates Caerau Ely on Saturday, placing them at the bottom of the table.

Cwmamman United confirmed that they parted company with their manager on Monday morning, with Eirian Rees placed in caretaker charge.

The division’s new boys have not won a league fixture since the 19th August, where they beat Cambrian & Clydach Vale.

Snell had previously played for the club as a goalkeeper, before moving into management, where he was assisted by Steve Hole, Brendan Nicklin and Robert Jones.

We would like to thank Mark for everything he has done for our club both as a player and a manager. In the last few years he has overseen a successful climb through the leagues to our current position in Welsh League 1.

His contribution is greatly appreciated and will not be forgotten. We hope he will keep in touch and he will always be welcome at our club. We wish him and his family the very best for the future.

As a village and family club we remain committed to being as successful as we can, growing the club on and off the field and making the community proud.”

Cwmamman United travel to Taffs Well this evening for their seventeenth game of the season, in search of just their second win of the season.

They will be boosted by the return of Ashley Johns, whilst the club have also signed Darren Griffiths.

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