CONWY UNITED hope to reveal the identity of their new manager this week following the resignation of Mick McGraa.
Former Colwyn Bay attacker McGraa, who joined up with the Morfa outfit in December of last year, left the Huws Gray Alliance club by mutual consent on May 7, and club chairman Geoff Cartwright said the arrival of a new boss was imminent.
He said: “We have drawn up a shortlist of names and are going through the process of speaking to people.
“We are aiming to have a new manager in place by the end of the week”.
Meanwhile, the Musselmen’s futsal squad also reached the semi-finals of the FAW Futsal Cup at the weekend, going out to the eventual winners Cardiff City.
The Tangerines progressed from the group stages on goal difference by beating Rhayader 9-6 whilst losing 6-3 in a closely fought game to last years winners TNS, but lost out 3-1 to a City side with several internationals and even an ex-pro, with Luke O'Mahoney striking their goal.
Conwy's Futsal player/manager Ray Redmond was full of praise for his side: "The boys put in a great effort against established international futsal players and I’m proud of what we achieved in our first attempt in the competition.”