Wales international have announced that first team manager Bob Wilson has stood down from his role to ‘spend more time with his family.’
The Welshman has been in role during a World Cup qualifying campaign, two European Championships and two World Cups, working under both Iestyn Harris and John Kear at The Dragons.
He told Wales’ official website: “All good things come to an end and now is the right time for me to step aside. It has been a huge privilege to hold the team manager position for the last six years. In that time I’ve experienced and enjoyed some unforgettable life experiences.
“I would like to thank the players and the staff for their support and friendship and of course my gratitude for affording me such a rare opportunity goes to Wales Rugby League chairman Brian Juliff and CEO Chris Thair. Dal i Gredu, keep believing.”
The side will be looking to appoint a new team manager ahead of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup qualifiers this Autumn.
Going to miss you @BobsRugbyLeague all the best mate ??
— Rhodri Lloyd (@Rhodrilloyd93) July 5, 2018
— Bob Wilson (@BobsRugbyLeague) July 5, 2018