Former Millwall, Crystal Palace and Portsmouth striker Steve Claridge is rumoured to be in the running to be the next Woking FC boss.
A source has said they are “95% certain” Claridge will leave current club Salisbury FC, where he holds the position of player, manager and director.
Claridge, also a football pundit for the BBC, has been tipped by the source to replace Anthony Limbrick.
Woking FC have previously confirmed they have created a shortlist of six for their vacant manager’s job as the club contemplates life in National League South next season.
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