By Dave Jones on May 27, 10 03:19 PM

RHYL have made the first step towards a more positive future by capturing Greg Strong on a new three-year contract.
Greg did a fantastic job for the Lilywhites in difficult circumstances last season and is surely the man to re-establish Rhyl as a leading force in the Welsh Premier.
His professionalism, experience and ability to build a team spirit make him the perfect man to lead the Lilies to future glories.
Like all previous Rhyl managers I have worked with, Greg has never been anything but helpful and supportive to me in my quest to cover the club.
It is sad to see Dave Milner step down as managing director but I can fully understand his reason for doing so and in Jamie Digwood Rhyl have an excellent successor - another man with experience on how football clubs should be run.
Further announcements are expected this week on playing staff and club officials.
Rhyl FC have suffered a major blow in losing their Welsh Premier League status but have reacted in the right way by coming out and quashing the misfounded rumours surrounding the club and acting quickly towards forming positive plans for the future.
Here's hoping for more positive news in the coming days.


Peerless said:

Yup, that'll do it. You have my apprecaiiton.


Dave Jones

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