Published Tuesday 21st January 2020 Aberdare   Town   Football   Club   have   made   some   important   structural   changes   to   its   committee   and   to   its   ladies   and girls teams with a firm eye on its future development. The Club have replaced Chris Churchill as secretary and David Sweet has now taken on the role in his place. The   Clubs   committees   aim   has   been   to   develop   a   one   club   approach   throughout   its   entire   structure   and   work   has   been   ongoing   for   the   last   fifteen   months   to bring this to fruition. With   the   future   in   mind   the   original   sub-committee   which   oversaw   the   female   section   has   been   disbanded   with   immediate   effect   and,   like   the   existing   boys section, will now come under the direct control of the main committee - although like the boys its finances will remain completely separate. As   far   as   the   mini   and   junior   teams,   players   and   parents   are   concerned   its   set   to   be   business   as   usual   with   the   South   Wales   FA   having   confirmed   its   status   as part of Aberdare Town and not that of an individual club. Disappointingly,   the   Club   are   saddened   in   the   decision   of   the   players   from   our   adult   ladies   team   to   confirm   they   no   longer   wish   to   represent Aberdare   Town   and therefore,   at   this   stage,   we   do   not   feel   we   are   in   a   position   to   fulfill   our   fixtures   in   the   South   Wales   Womens   Girls   Football   League.   This   means   our   game   with Cwmbran Celtic on Sunday will need to be postponed. It   is   important   to   stress   the   Clubs   commitment   to   female   football   at   both   girls   and   ladies   level   and   sees   it   as   an   important   and   integral   part   of   our   development   as a   community   style   club.   We   are   in   the   process   of   appointing   a   new   managerial   team   for   our   ladies   side   who   will   then   have   the   remainder   of   this   season   and   the summer to put together a new squad. We have kept the league informed of our situation and will continue to provide updates as and when required. Further changes and announcements will be made in due course as we embark on an exciting new era for Aberdare Town Football Club #ONEclub
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Published Tuesday 21st January 2020 Aberdare     Town     Football     Club     have     made     some important   structural   changes   to   its   committee   and   to its   ladies   and   girls   teams   with   a   firm   eye   on   its   future development. The   Club   have   replaced   Chris   Churchill   as   secretary   and   David   Sweet   has now taken on the role in his place. The    Clubs    committees    aim    has    been    to    develop    a    one    club    approach throughout   its   entire   structure   and   work   has   been   ongoing   for   the   last   fifteen months to bring this to fruition. With   the   future   in   mind   the   original   sub-committee   which   oversaw   the   female section   has   been   disbanded   with   immediate   effect   and,   like   the   existing   boys section,   will   now   come   under   the   direct   control   of   the   main   committee   - although like the boys its finances will remain completely separate. As   far   as   the   mini   and   junior   teams,   players   and   parents   are   concerned   its set   to   be   business   as   usual   with   the   South   Wales   FA   having   confirmed   its status as part of Aberdare Town and not that of an individual club. Disappointingly,   the   Club   are   saddened   in   the   decision   of   the   players   from our   adult   ladies   team   to   confirm   they   no   longer   wish   to   represent   Aberdare Town   and   therefore,   at   this   stage,   we   do   not   feel   we   are   in   a   position   to   fulfill our   fixtures   in   the   South   Wales   Womens   Girls   Football   League.   This   means our game with Cwmbran Celtic on Sunday will need to be postponed. It   is   important   to   stress   the   Clubs   commitment   to   female   football   at   both   girls and    ladies    level    and    sees    it    as    an    important    and    integral    part    of    our development   as   a   community   style   club.   We   are   in   the   process   of   appointing a   new   managerial   team   for   our   ladies   side   who   will   then   have   the   remainder of   this   season   and   the   summer   to   put   together   a   new   squad.   We   have   kept the   league   informed   of   our   situation   and   will   continue   to   provide   updates   as and when required. Further   changes   and   announcements   will   be   made   in   due   course   as   we embark on an exciting new era for Aberdare Town Football Club #ONEclub