‘Great Escape’ boss Ronnie Moore has offered to help Hartlepool United’s Craig Harrison in his hour of need – but only if he feels he needs an experienced hand on deck.
Pools have not won a game since November 21 – a now very distant 4-0 hammering of Halifax Town. And having taken in the 2-0 loss to Wrexham from the Victoria Park press box, Moore says he is there if the club comes calling again.
“It is hard for him,” Moore said of Harrison’s situation. “I have sympathy for Craig.
“It is very difficult to get things going in the dressing room when the players do not know of they can pay their mortgage. He has come out of Welsh football and this league is unforgiving.
“There are league clubs who have been here years – it took Lincoln City six years to get out. That just goes to prove it is one of the hardest leagues to get out of in the world.
“He is maybe looking for a little bit of help. Maybe he needs a little bit of experience to help him along, because he doesn’t have that at this level.
“And hopefully whoever comes in will allow him to do that. I am always looking to get back into work.”
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