Taffs Well part company with First Team manager Adrian Needs
Taffs Well have parted company with their manager Adrian Needs after he handed in a resignation due to work commitments
The Division One club are now looking for their fifth manager in 12 months. Needs was appointed as sole manager in the summer, following the departure of Nana Baah. Baah later moved to Cwmbran Celtic as assistant manager.
Taffs Well are second from bottom with nine league games played. They picked up just one league win under Adrian Needs, drawing twice and suffering six defeats. They were also eliminated in Round One of the JD Welsh Cup, by fifth tier side Ynysddu Welfare.
The departing Wellman boss tweeted: “All the very best to the players and staff of Taffs Well for the rest of the season. Some great people at the club. I enjoyed my few years there, time for a wee break I think.
Taffs Well confirmed that Needs had left the club, due to work commitments.
“We have reluctantly have had to accept, due to work commitments the resignation of
I would like to thank one of the nicest people in football for all his hard work and his dedication to the club.”
Needs had previous experience of managing in the Welsh League with Porth and had been an assistant manager under four-time Welsh Football League Cup winner Lee Bridgeman.
Needs is the second manager in the space of a week to leave his role in Division One, following the departure of Damien Broad from Pontypridd Town last week.
They are scheduled to play against Afan Lido on Friday, at the Marston Stadium.
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