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Adie JonesADIE Jones is returning to manage Llangefni Town, four years after being sacked by the Talwrn Road outfit.
Marc Poole and Ian Rowe left the club "by mutual consent" following a disappointing start to the season, which has yielded just one win from 11 games for the bottom-placed club.
"I can confirm that Adie Jones has been appointed as the new manager along with Tryfan Prosser as his assistant," says Cefni chief executive John Roberts.
"The president and chairman met with former manager Mark Poole on Friday and as stated on our website both he and his assistant have parted company with the club by mutual consent, and we thank them for their efforts."
A successful former striker with Rhyl and Llansantffraid/TNS, for whom he scored 60 goals in 138 (+10) appearances, 49-year-old Jones resigned as manager of Ruthin Town last month and was succeeded by Bala coach Steve Crompton.
During his previous spell in charge of Cefni, Jones's arrival from Colwyn Bay revitalised the club and they came with a late run to pip Bala Town to the Cymru Alliance title and clinch promotion to the Welsh Premier.
He remained at the helm until December 2007 but was replaced by first Alex Kevan and then Derek Roberts as Llangefni finished bottom to make a swift return to the feeder league.
Photo: Adie Jones during his previous spell at Llangefni.
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20 October 2017

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