LLANDUDNO are on the lookout for a new manager after the club announced Iwan Williams would not be returning to his post.

The relegated JD Welsh Premier League side announced the news on Thursday, April 18 after discussions with Williams regarding his future, with the former Caernarfon Town boss being given compassionate leave earlier this season to take care of his sick father at their family home.

A club statement, read: “Following discussions between Manager Iwan Williams and Llandudno Football Club, Iwan is to officially leave his post as manager of the club with immediate effect.

“The club wishes Iwan and his family well outside of football, and hope that his personal circumstances improve off the field.”

Williams endured a difficult time at the Giant Hospitality Stadium following a massive squad overhaul during the summer, and the club will now return to the second tier of Welsh football after a memorable four-year stay in the top flight.

Tudno are now accepting applications for the first team manager position, with prospective candidates expected to have a minimum of an UEFA A Licence.

Experience of the Welsh Football setup, good motivational and man management skills, and contacts within the game to attract a competitive side are also highly desirable.

“This is not considered a full time, employed position and remuneration will be by negotiation during the interview process,” added the spokesman.

Anyone wishing to apply for the post should email their footballing CV to vacancies@llandudnofc.co.uk, and all applications will be kept strictly confidential.