The Northamptonshire Telegraph report Luke Graham is ready to do his bit to help Kettering Town in the short-term but insists he “won’t be the next manager of this club”.

The hunt is now on for the Poppies’ next permanent boss after Nicky Eaden was sacked following the humiliating 2-1 defeat at lower-ranked Sutton Coldfield Town in Tuesday’s Emirates FA Cup second qualifying round replay.

That added to what had already been a poor start to life in the Vanarama National League North with Kettering winning just two of their first 11 matches.

Player-coach Graham and former Poppies captain and ex-Corby Town boss Steve Kinniburgh have been appointed caretaker joint managers while the club conduct a search for the next permanent boss and they will take charge of the team for Saturday’s league clash at Hereford.

Read more: https://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/graham-i-won-t-be-poppies-next-permanent-boss-1-9085859

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