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Wrexham Ladies FC are delighted to announce the appointment of new head coach Andrew Williams.
Williams replaces the outgoing Ronnie Green and brings with him over 20 years of experience of high level coaching to the role. He is a total football man and has coached at England Schools level and been assistant manager at Liverpool Ladies, as well as coaching at both Liverpool and Everton's Football Academy's.
Wrexham chairman Steve Jones is delighted with the appointment and told the club's website: "We are absolutely delighted to have finally got our man, by bringing Andrew to the club. I've no doubt with his experience and skills he is the right man to drive the club forward and hopefully to success.
"It is a tough challenge season in and season out to challenge the stranglehold of the South Walian sides, but we believe Andrew is the right man, to do this, bring success to the club and move us forward in the right way, welcome to Wrexham Andrew."
Williams will get to work straight away and is looking out to add quality to the squad. If you currently play and you believe that you can play at the highest level of women's football in Wales, working under an exceptionally talented and driven coach then get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wrexham begin their Welsh Premier Women's League campaign with a trip to Port Talbot Town on Sunday 13th September.
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