Swans sign up management trio
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Division Three side just survived relegation from The Football League with a win over Hull City last Saturday and The Swans have decided to reward both Flynn and Reeves with new contracts.
The Welsh club have also appointed Alan Curtis as their new director of youth development, with Wayne Powell assisting him in bringing young players through the ranks at The Vetch.
Flynn expressed his delight at receiving a new deal at Swansea City and with Curtis being appointed youth director.
"Both myself and Kevin Reeves are delighted that we have been able to conclude discussions in a positive and professional manner, and we are looking forward to the challenge of moving Swansea City forward as a club," Flynn told the club's official website.
"We are also both delighted that Alan Curtis has agreed to take up what is an absolutely vital position within the club, as our long-term future relies on our continued ability to produce our own young talent."
With his future secured at the club, Flynn has drawn up his retained list of players he will look to keep ahead of next season.
Roberto Martinez, Roger Freestone, Jason Smith, Kristian O'Leary, Michael Howard, Lee Jenkins, James Thomas, Jonathan Coates, Marc Richards and Kevin Nugent have all been offered new deals by the club while Lenny Johnrose, Kieron Durkan and Matt Murphy will have contract talks in the near future.
Flynn, however, has decided that six players will leave The Vetch this summer - Gareth Phillips, Neil Sharp, Terry Evans, Jamie Wood, John Williams and Steve Watkin.
Leon Britton is in talks about coming back to the club next season after being on loan from West Ham United while Andrew Mumford has been given a free transfer.