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Andy Cale
Cale was involved in five Welsh Premier title wins.

ANDY Cale holds the distinction of having been involved in five Welsh Premier title wins.
In March 2008 he returned for his third spell in management of The New Saints after the departure of Ken McKenna having first been at the helm in season 1998/2000, joining from Rhyl to lead the Saints to their first league title, assisted by McKenna who took over in November 2000.
Cale then returned as the club's head coach for three highly successful seasons in which TNS captured three successive Welsh Premier titles, the Welsh Cup, the Loosemores Challenge Cup and the FAW Premier Cup for the first time.
The fifth title arrived at the end of April 2010, following which Cale resigned to concentrate on his duties with the English FA, where he is educational adviser and sports psychologist.
After a playing career in which he captained England Schoolboys and the British Universities side, Cale - who holds the Uefa Pro Licence - coached the GB students from 1991 to 1997.
He has also managed Rhyl and was assistant coach of the England Under-16s and a sports psychologist with Sheffield United.
Cale resigned from TNS after winning the league and league cup double in 2009/10 and was appointed manager of Newtown a few weeks later.
Cale's spell with the Robins only lasted for 10 months and he later worked in Qatar on that countr's world cup preparations.