Hudson and Holmes leave Brymbo and take over at Ruthin Town

Phil Hudson (left) and Tommy Holmes will take the reins at Ruthin Town. Picture by kind courtesy of Brymbo FC

Brymbo FC management team Phil Hudson and Tommy Holmes have today left the club and taken over at Ruthin Town.

First team boss Hudson and assistant-manager Holmes step up from tier three to tier two as they fill the vacancy at Cymru North outfit Ruthin, previous chief Chris Hardy having recently stepped down.

A Brymbo FC statement said: “We would like to thank Phil and Tommy for their dedication, commitment and support to the club during their 3 years with us.

“They have developed a fantastic squad of players during that three-year period which brought the WNL Division 1 title, coming within goal difference of promotion to tier 2 and a great run in last season’s FAW Trophy.

“It has been a pleasure for Brymbo Football Club to have supported Phil and Tommy through their C and B coaching badges and we are fully supportive of their decision to want to test themselves in the league above.”

On the leaving the club, Phil said: “I’ve had a wonderful 3 years and I feel the club is now a part of me but football is about opportunities and we feel we can’t let this opportunity go, so we’re going to go and give it a shot.”

He went on to say: “We want to thank the committee and the players, because without them the great 3 years we’ve had at the club wouldn’t have been possible.”

Brymbo Football Club are in the process of drawing up a shortlist of candidates for the first team manager’s position and will make an announcement in due course.

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