RUTHIN TOWN FC manager Phil Hudson has left his role 'with immediate effect’, a club statement has said.

Hudson took over as manager in the summer of 2020, after successful stints at Brymbo, Ashville and Woodchurch Athletic, winning honours at every club.

Under him, Ruthin Town won the North East Wales FA Challenge Cup in the 2021–22 season.

However, following discussions with the board, it was mutually agreed he would leave his role.

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A club statement read: “Following discussions between the committee and the first team manager it has been mutually agreed that Phil Hudson will leave his role with immediate effect.

“During his management tenure he has brought success and very creditable league finishes in a competitive JD Cymru North, whilst still being recognised for a positive style of football.

“We thank Phil and wish him well in the future.”

The club said more details would follow.