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Cadwallader spent 20 years at Welshpool
as player and manager.
WELSHPOOL Town's decision to sack manager Russell Cadwallader has been slammed by former Lilywhites' legend Clive McNamee.
He believes the club have made a big mistake in axing the 37-year old boss after a disappointing season.
And McNamee - who handed Cadwallader his debut and lured him back to Maesydre as manager - maintained the coach's credentials remained beyond reproach.
"In the last five seasons, Russ has rebuilt the playing side of the club, injected much needed spirit, helped set-up the successful academy and given local youngsters the chance to play for their home town club," McNamee told the Powys County Times.
"His goal this season was to keep Welshpool in the top flight and despite achieving this was rewarded with a phone call saying 'thanks but no thanks'."
McNamee said Cadwallader was employed when the club was struggling in the Cymru Alliance with mainly Shropshire-based players.
"Russell had been a Welshpool player for most of his career and I would like to thank him for his 20 years' commitment.
"Russ is the best young manager in the area and, if any club is looking for a committed, ambitious manager with wonderful coaching abilities, then contact Russell," said McNamee.
14 May 2021
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