CAERNARFON


On the eve of Carnarfon's second round Welsh cup tie against Berriew the club announced that manager Iwan Williand had joined Llandudno as first team manager

CAERNARFON STATEMENT

"We regret to announce that Iwan Williams has today tendered his resignation as manager of Caernarfon Town Football Club and will be taking up the hot seat at Welsh Premier League side Llandudno with immediate effect.

Iwan joined the club during the summer of 2015 and under his leadership the team has enjoyed  success that had previously proved beyond us. In his first season at the helm, the side won the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance league title before adding the league cup to complete a memorable double. Unfortunately, off the field matters denied the side promotion to the Welsh Premier League and in his second campaign, the side retained the league cup whilst also finishing runners-up in the league and reaching the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup for the first time in twenty nine years. This season has seen the side continue this sequence as we currently lie top of the league and today reached the third round of the Welsh Cup.

We wish to thank Iwan for all his hard work on behalf of the club during his time with us and also to his family for sharing him with the Cofis. It goes without saying that whilst we are sad to see him go we wish Iwan the very best of luck in the next stage of his footballing career.

Sean Eardly has agreed to take on the role of interim manager whilst we look at all the options available to us in our search for Iwan’s successor.

We have no further announcement to make regarding the matter at this time but promise to keep  stakeholders fully informed of further developments as soon as we can"