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FORMER Newtown and Port Talbot Town manager Bernard McNally has been sacked as manager of Hednesford Town.

The former West Bromwich Albion midfielder was only appointed at Keys Park in September, but has been unable to inspire the Pitmen during his second spell at the helm. 

McNally guided them to just three wins and only one in the National League North as Hednesford have dropped down to 18th in the league table and sit just one point clear of the drop zone.

Hednesford have now appointed former Colwyn Bay boss and ex-Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair to the hot seat.

McNally was hugely successful during a three-year stay at Newtown, guiding the club to the League Cup final in his first season in which the club also beat The New Saints at Park Hall for the first time in 11 years. 

He left the Robins in the top six, their healthiest position for some years.

But his tenure at Port Talbot Town lasted only a few months amidst rumours of dressing room unrest.