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DANNY Barton has "reluctantly" stood down as manager of Guilsfield due to work commitments, after guiding the village outfit to a mid-table finish last season.

Barton had been in charge for the past two seasons after taking over from Mike Parry, achieving a fourth place finish in his first season


A prolific goal scorer around the Welsh Premier with Aberystwyth, Oswestry, Newtown, Welshpool, TNS, Rhyl and Caernarfon, as well as with Colwyn Bay, Barton scored 127 goals from his 244 (+24) WPL appearances.

Barton will remain as a player while his assistant, Nathan Leonard, has been appointed to succeed him as manager.

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22 October 2017

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