FU­TURE’S UN­CLEAR FOR POSH STAND-IN

The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP -

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.”

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