Llanelli AFC, who have won the Welsh Premier league in the past, have wound up after incurring more than £ 20,000 in tax debts. The club was formed in 1896 and it was one of the founding members of the league, when it was started in 1992.

The size of the debts at the club has been under a microscope for the last one year. Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has said that the club took no steps in order to repay the £ 3000 debt. This is not the first time that the club has come close to being wound up. However, they survived the scare on three occasions.


The Welsh Premier league club Llanelli AFC have decided to appoint Ken Francis as the replacement for Nitin Parekh, who recently stepped down from his role as the chairman of the club.

Parekh stated that he was stepping down from his role due to family and work commitments. Parekh has been the chairman of Llanelli AFC since 2005. A statement released on the official website of the club stated that Ken will be working towards improving the profile of the club in the community. Ken Francis stated that it is a privilege to be taking over as the chairman of a club like Llanelli AFC.


The Welsh national team manager Chris Coleman has said that he hopes that the 2013 will be a positive year for the national team. The former Fulham manager has not been able to produce the results since taking over from the late Gary Speed almost a year ago.


The Welsh national team manager Chris Coleman has revealed that he had to think long and hard about taking the managerial role following the death of Gary Speed. After the demise of the former Bolton Wanderers player, the reigns of the national team were handed to the former Fulham manager.

He has so far been a major disappointment, as he has not been able to get the results many people expected the national team to get due to the presence of players like Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey. The national team is no longer searching for the successor for Ryan Giggs.


The Tottenham winger Gareth Bale helped the club finally break a very bad record against Manchester United in the league after he scored the second goal against the former Premier league champions to record a 3-2 win for Andre Villas-Boas and his men.


Llanelli AFC's future looks set to be secured after the management has said that they have paid the outstanding debts of the club. The future of the Welsh club has been a major doubt due to the huge amount of outstanding debt in the form of unpaid taxes. It was proving to be a major burden for the club, as there was also a danger of liquidation as a result of this huge debt. However, the management has now confirmed that the future of the club has now been secured following the payment of the outstanding debt.


The Wales football team has been defeated by Bosnia-Herzegovina in a friendly match by 2-0. The match was played at Parc Y Scarlets in Llanelli. The Wales players were playing in front of their home crowd, but, they didn’t manage to put up a brilliant show in front of the home crowd. The weakness in the defense of Wales was exposed by the Bosnia players. The Wales defenders struggled in the entire match.


Llanelli recently exited the Europa league in the group stages, which has persuaded manager Andy Legg to consider a return to summer football.

The club were hoping to get into the latter stages of the qualifying round of the Europa league, which would have given them a real opportunity to play in the group stages of the competition. However, they were beaten 3-2 by finish club KuPS in the first qualifying round. Following the exit from the competition at this early stage, Andy Legg has said that it would be a right time to consider return to summer football.


Llanelli have secured the signature of Martin Rose in order to replace Rhys Griffiths, who looks set to depart the Stebonheath Park.

Martin Rose has been signed from Port Talbot, and he will be looking to replace Rhys Griffiths, who is the second high-profile player to leave the club this summer. Captain Stuart Jones has already left the club a few weeks ago.

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