Sammy Moore has spoken of his desire to get back into management when the right opportunity comes.

The former AFC Wimbledon and Leyton Orient midfielder left his role at Hemel Hempstead Town back in May and has recently been playing again, at Folkestone Invicta.

Speaking as part of his in-depth interview with this site, Moore said: “(Invicta manager) Neil (Cugley) said ‘we want you to come and play, and if the right job becomes available and that’s what you really wanna do, then you can go and jump at it with both hands.’

“My desire to manage is still there, I’m waiting for an opportunity, but I’m also playing at a fantastic club, and trying to help my hometown club, more importantly, get into the Conference South. It’s a great fit and I’m still involved in the game, I’m still seeing players, still watching who we come up against and who’s good at that level, so wherever I go in as a manager, I’m right in the thick of things.”

Read the full interview with Sammy

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