FUTURE’S UNCLEAR FOR POSH STAND-IN
PETERBOROUGH UNITED caretaker boss Dave Robertson admits he would have to consider his future should he not be offered the manager’s job on a long-term basis at the end of the season.
Robertson, still contracted as academy director, replaced Darren Ferguson in February and will be interviewed for the first-team role, along with a number of other candidates, by Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony.
Since taking over, Robertson took Peterborough from 16th to sixth in League One but, after a run of five winless games ahead of yesterday’s trip to Barnsley, they have fallen out of the promotion picture.
“I want the job, I love this football club,” said Roberston.“I will give 100 per cent from now until the end of the season to prove that I am the right man.
“If I don’t get the job I will have to look at my own personal position and I would then have to make a decision.”