Llandyrnog United in search for new manager
Welsh Alliance League club Llandyrnog United are in search for a new manager following Ryan Harden’s decision to stand down.
Jimmy McNally is in charge for the final three fixtures in the Welsh Alliance League but the club are already preparing for a new manager.
Harden stood down as manager last week, but McNally didn’t take charge until last weekend. Llandyrnog lost 4-1 to title-chasing Bodedern Athletic.
Speaking to DenbighshireFreePress, Harden said: “It was probably always going to be the end of the season when I was going to step down.
“We have really struggled to get teams out every week.
“We cancelled training sessions because we couldn’t get people there.
“The whole season has been a massive, massive struggle.”
“It’s probably something I will stay involved with in the future, but I’m looking forward to a break.
“I feel I have taken Llandyrnog as far as I can.”
Llandyrnog United are third from bottom, but hold an 11-point gap over nearest placed Barmouth.
They have two home games against Llangefni Town and Greenfield, before finishing their season on the 20th April against Llanrug United.
Applicants have until the 13th April to apply with an instruction of contacting Clive Lawford to state their interest.
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