McGregor back for a second Gap stint; CYMRU ALLIANCE.
McGregor, who gave up a Football League career to try his hand at management with Nomads at the start of the last campaign, stepped down in the new year to concentrate on attaining the coaching qualifications needed to progress his managerial ambitions.
Now that he has acquired the B coaching licence, McGregor is reverting to his former role with Price once again his assistant at Deeside Stadium.
"This is the way we had planned it originally so everyone is happy with the situation, including Ken who has done an excellent job as always," said McGregor.
"It was a straight forward swap and now we're back as we were."
Since effecting the switch Nomads have lost out on their bid for a place in the Welsh Premier League's top ten having been founder members, so will start the new season in the new Huws Gray Alliance where they hope to make a strong challenge for the title.