Nana Baah leaves Cwmbran Celtic

Cwmbran Celtic assistant-manager Nana Baah has left the club, just days after manager Lee Challenger left.

Baah had initially been placed in caretaker charge by the club after the departure of manager Lee Challenger.

He had only returned to Celtic Park since September. Baah joined Challenger’s coaching team after being relieved of his duties as Taffs Well manager.

The 2014/2015 Welsh League Division One winner tweeted: “It is with great regret that I have stepped down from my role at @CwmbranCeltic1.

“Unfortunately I believe myself and the club are pulling in different directions and as a result feel it’s best for me to walk away.

“I would like to thank @LeeCharl88 for bringing me back to a club I loved playing for.

“I’d also like to thank Chairman @kinsella29 who has been nothing less than an inspiration and a rock in my time at the club.

“I wish all at the club the very best for the future.”

Bath and Challenger were present in the clubs 3-2 defeat to Cwmamman United, despite leading the game. Cwmbran don’t have a game this weekend. Their next scheduled fixture is on the 13th April against Goytre United at Celtic Park.

Despite leaving the Welsh League Division One side, the pair stay in charge of the Gwent FA team.

(Featured Image: Steve Roberts)

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