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BARRY MAY TAKE FURTHER ACTION

Colin Addison will remain at Barry Town next season, despite their relegation.
RESENTMENT against relegation from the Welsh Premier is still simmering at Barry Town.
And club chairman Stuart Lovering says they could yet make another appeal.
Despite finishing bottom of the league, the Dragons tried to block the promotion of Cymru Alliance champions Airbus UK.
But their objections to the Airbus ground-share with Conwy United were thrown out by the league's board and then by the FAW.
Attempts to increase the size of the league to 19 clubs were then effectively blocked by the FAW at the Welsh Premier AGM.
Lovering was upset that the League allowed the Airbus time to bring facilities at the Morfa Conwy ground up to Welsh Premier ground criteria and says that he is still considering further action.
He also confirmed that his management duo of Colin Addison and David Hughes would remain at the club.
"Obviously I have spoken to Colin and David about this and if it comes to playing football in the Welsh League next season then so be it and they are prepared to manage the team whatever the outcome."
The highly experiened Addison was unable to save the Dragons from the drop, although they closed the gap on Carmarthen Town to four points.
"After a meeting this week with Colin and Davids, they have both decided to stay on next season," said Lovering.
"I'm absolutely delighted with the news and now we can start planning for next season."
Barry have arranged a trio of pre-season friendlies at Jenner Park, all against Nationwide League opposition.
They will play Bristol City (14 July), Swansea City (20 July) and Cardiff City (23 July).
2 June 2021
 
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