CAERSWS appear to have stabilised their financial problems and are confident of an assured future in the Welsh Premier, writes John Bridgwater.
The Bluebirds, ever-presents in the Welsh Premier since its inception as the League of Wales in 1992, were rocked when chairman and benefactor Garth Williams resigned and withdrew his support earlier this season – leading to speculation the club might be forced to resign at the end of the campaign.
But, in a statement released by acting chairman John Baker this week, the club said: “We are pleased to announce that, following some financial difficulties, a series of revised operating procedures have been put into place.
“Together with the assistance of local businesses, supporters and the players, the future of the club in the Welsh Premier looks assured.”
The Bluebirds still have a chance of capturing some silverware this season when they take on Rhyl in the final of the Challenge Cup in March, while tomorrow they visit Carmarthen in the fourth round of the Welsh Cup.