Former Haverfordwest manager Cresser joins Carmarthen Town
Sean Cresser has been appointed as the new Academy Director of Welsh Premier League club Carmarthen Town.
He replaces Jordan Garcia, who stood down from his role two days due to new work commitments.
The newly appointed Academy Director said to CarmarthenTownAFC.co.uk: “I’m delighted to be back working at my hometown club.
I’m looking forward to the opportunity of working alongside other talented staff at the academy, helping them to develop the fantastic local talent, that already exists at Carmarthen Town AFC.”
He will be assisted by Academy Administrator Rhian Jones.
Club Director Jeff Thomas said to CarmarthenTownAFC.co.uk on the appointment of Cresser that: “Sean is a Carmarthen Town enthusiast through and through having played for the Club from the age of 11 years.
He has previously coached at our Academy and honed his coaching experience as a successful manager of Haverfordwest’s first team.
He will bring commitment and enthusiasm to the role and I’m confident that his personable manner will make it an enjoyable experience for all.”
The Carmarthen native joined the Old Gold as a player at the age of ten, playing for the Richmond Park club for a total of thirteen years, before moving to Milford United.
He also played for Ammanford and Newcastle Emlyn, before being Reserve Team manager at Carmarthen, before managing Newcastle Emlyn.
Cresser was relieved of his duties as the Bluebirds boss last month despite not suffering defeat this season.
Haverfordwest later appointed former manager Wayne Jones as his successor.
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