Former Caernarfon Town Manager, Sean Eardley, has confirmed his departure from The Oval and returns to the club he helped take to Europe, taking the hot seat at JD Cymru North club Llandudno FC.
Eardley has a rich history with the Seasiders, having played for Llandudno for many years, before joining the coaching staff following his retirement from playing the game. Llandudno's new manager has also assisted previously with the clubs community programme, academy, and U19's over the years, and has extensive knowledge of the club.
The new manager also enjoyed success as part of the senior management team that took the Seasiders to Sweden in the Europa League, before embarking on a successful tenure with Caernarfon Town as Men's Manager.
Llandudno issued a statement outlining their delight at securing "the services of such a well respected and popular figure within the game, and delighted that Sean has bought in to the project that we have set out in front of us."
The club say they hope that bringing Eardly in can help them move forward - with their sights now surely set on climbing the JD Cymru North standings.
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