AM­BI­TIOUS LINNETS SEEK OUT MOORE

The Non-League Football Paper - - NEWS -

FOR­MER Tran­mere Rovers, Hartle­pool United and Eastleigh boss Ron­nie Moore is in the run­ning to be­come King’s Lynn Town’s new man­ager.

Linnets chair­man Stephen Cleeve sacked Ian Cul­ver­house’s suc­ces­sor Si­mon Clark last Sun­day af­ter fail­ing to beat Step 5 side His­ton in the FA Cup.

Youth team boss Neil Fry­att and club de­vel­op­ment man­ager Rob­bie Back over­saw a 7-0 win in the re­play but the ex­pe­ri­enced Moore, who at­tended the orig­i­nal tie, ap­pears to be one of the fron­trun­ners for the job.

“I’ve got a lot of peo­ple that are in­ter­ested but the vul­tures have been cir­cling for weeks as they could ob­vi­ously see that things weren’t go­ing well,” Cleeve told the East­ern Daily Press. “There are one or two peo­ple that I want to speak to. He (Moore) was at the (His­ton) game and he is some­one that I speak to reg­u­larly but there are lo­gis­ti­cal is­sues with that one.”

King’s Lynn took just four points from their first six league games un­der Clark hav­ing lost in last sea­son’s play-off fi­nal with Cul­ver­house.

TOP CON­TENDER: Vet­eran boss Ron­nie Moore is in the run­ning for the va­cant King’s Lynn Town job

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