Buckley Town have found their successor to departed manager Ben Chamberlain by appointing Terry Ingram as their new manager.
Buckley had been without a manager since Ben Chamberlain stood down as manager at the end of December due to work commitments.
Dan Moore and Allan Edwards took charge of Buckley whilst the board seeked a successor to Chamberlain and during their time as caretaker managers they oversaw two league defeats and one cup exit to Holyhead Hotspur.
Ingram has spent time at numerous sides in North Wales, from being an assistant at the Cefn Druids and Denbigh Town, as well as spells with Welshpool, Newtown and Guilsfield.
Chairman Allan Botterell comemented on the recent appointment speaking to the official Buckley Town website.
“The committee are satisfied that Terry Ingram has the gravitas and local knowledge to support us in our determination to travel up the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance League. He has a wealth of experience in this league.
I have to thank our main sponsor and executive committee member, Jamie Digwood from CSS, has also worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that our committee agreed that the right person had been found for the club.
Finally, it is with great pleasure that we welcome Terry to Buckley Town FC and we hope that this partnership proves to be a positive experience to all concerned as we fight to improve our position in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance League.”
Ingram’s first game in charge will be against Holyhead Hotspur away on Saturday.