Llandudno Football Club parted company with manager Alan Morgan on 23rd October 2017, after 5 years at the club.
The former Tranmere Rovers midfielder took over at Maesdu Park in November 2012 when Tudno were near the bottom of the Huws Gray Alliance. By the end of 2014/15, he had guided the Seasiders to the HGA title and promotion to the Welsh Premier League for the first time in the club's history.
Tudno finished third in their first season in the top flight and qualified for Europe for the first time in the Club's history.
The 2016/17 season was not as successful as 'Tudno finished eighth, but after a great start to the season, in which Morgan was awarded the first Manager of the Month for the campaign having led the table briefly at the start of the season, Llandudno were still in the top six at the time of Morgan's surprise departure.
Morgan was previosly assistant manager to Nev Powell at Bangor City and managed Aberystwyth Town in the Welsh Premier League. He is on the FAW Pro Licence course, which started in 2016.
Llandudno chairman Russ Austin released the following statement: 'After five years working with Alan Morgan on what has been a fantastic journey it is with a heavy heart that Llandudno FC has now parted company with his services.