WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Tomi Morgan
Tomi Morgan, some 20 years in the league as player and manager.

A HIGHLY experienced player and manager in the Welsh Premier, Tomi Morgan was a fearsome striker in the League of Wales who then became a successful manager.
He played for Telford United before becoming player/manager of Aberystwyth Town in the first season of the domestic league, scoring 21 league goals in 42 appearances.
He won a Welsh Cup medal with Llansantffraid in the famous penalty shoot-out victory over Barry Town at Cardiff Arms Park, scoring the first goal and netting the second penalty after the game had ended 3-3 after extra-time, also adding another 44 goals in 85 league appearances between 1994 and 1997. He was recognised for his feats with induction into the TNS hall of fame in 2008.
After managing Rhayader Town, Morgan spent six seasons at Carmarthen Town. He led the Old Gold to the Welsh Cup final before qualifying for the InterToto Cup in 2001 as third-placed finishers in the league.
But he was sacked from Richmond Park early into season 2003/4 after a string of poor results and had a brief spell on the coaching staff at Barry Town, also working with Spar Mid-Wales league side Penrhyncoch, where he won promotion to the Cymru Alliance.
Although his playing days were virtually over after he took over the management role at Welshpool Town in May 2004, he appeared four times as a substitute over the next few seasons and became the oldest player to take the field in a Welsh Premier match when he came on off the bench in the 90th minute for Porthmadog against Airbus UK Broughton on Saturday 10 April 2010 at the age of 53 years 7 months and 7 days.
Morgan returned for a second spell as manager of the Old Gold in June of the same year, leaving in December 2011 before taking charge of Aberystwyth Town between February 2012 and May 2013.
In all, Morgan scored 72 goals from 135 Welsh Premier appearances and is now a regular pundit on Sgorio.

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29 March 2017

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