Williams has left his role as first team manager at Caernarfon Town to join Welsh Premier League side, Llandudno.
Llandudno have announced that former club captain, Iwan Williams has been appointed to succeed Alan Morgan as first team manager.
Williams leaves his role as manager of Caernarfon Town after a successful spell at The Oval, winning the Huws Gray championship in the 2015/16 season – although off the field matters denied the side promotion to the WPL – with a second place finish in the Huws Gray last season and an impressive Welsh Cup run to the semi-final of the competition.
On Llandudno’s website, club chairman Russ Austin stated ‘As Chairman I am delighted to bring Iwan to the club, I have known and watched him for over 25 years in his development as a young player on Angelsey, his growth into senior football and his successful move into coaching and management, this is a very positive appointment for the club and I know Iwan will bring us continued success.’
Llandudno will travel to Jenner Park next Saturday in Williams’ first game as manager.
On this day in 1959 Vic Rouse became the first player from the Fourth Division to win an international cap.