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Wayne Jones

Wayne Jones took charge of Aberystwyth for the second time in a matter of months after Tony Pennock returned to his first team coaching role at Hull City in June 2017.

Caretaker manager after the departure of Matthew Bishop, Jones was a quality left sided player who made 295 Welsh Premier appearances for Haverfordwest County and Carmarthen Town. He was manager of Newcastle Emlyn before joining the Haverfordwest County coaching staff under Derek Brazil.

He was appointed first team coach for season 2011/12 and shared the manager's role with Mickey Ellis the following season before being appointed manager in his own right in May 2013 and guiding the Bluebirds to promotion in May 2015.

Following County's relegation from the Welsh Premier, he was appointed assistant manager of Aberystwyth in May 2016.

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23 June 2017

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