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CAERSWS officials have called an emergency meeting to resolve the club's administrative problems.
Club chairman Garth Williams quit his post at the Recreation Ground last week and the Bluebirds have yet to find a successor.
Williams stepped down after nine successful years, citing an increase in the demands of the role as the reason for his surprise exit.
A hastily arranged AGM on Monday night failed to fill the vacancy.
Hopes are hight that Caersws can install a new chairman after today's crisis talks.
A secretary to replace former incumbent Mike Jones, who has retired on health grounds, has yet to be found.
Rumours are rife at the club surrounding Williams' departure, but he stressed it was a simple case of coping with an increasing workload.
Meanwhile, Mike Evans' side lost 3-1 to Shrewsbury Town in a friendly last Saturday, but the manager was generally pleased with his side's performance.
Injuries remain a cause for concern ahead of the new season, with Hugh Clarke, Kevin Scott, Andy Davies, prolific striker Graham Evans and new signing Dylan McPhee all sidelined with a variety of problems.
But the manager says he is not looking to strengthen the squad at the moment.

Above: Bluebirds' Alex Fletcher charges in to dispossess Shrewsbury's Ross Stephens (photo by John Baker, Powys County Times).

7 August 2021