Lincolnshire Live say that Gainsborough Trinity will not rush into appointing a new manager following the sacking of Lee Sinnott.

The Blues began life without Sinnott, who was axed last week, with a 1-0 win over Stalybridge Celtic which got their Evo-Stik League play-off challenge back on track.

Ashley Worsfold scored the only goal of the game late on as caretaker player/manager Liam King started his reign with three points.

Former Lincoln City manager Chris Moyses, ex-Boston United boss Dennis Greene and former Blues boss Steve Housham are potential candidates for the post. But with Trinity still in a good position in the league, chairman Richard Kane has vowed to take his time to ensure the right man is appointed.

“We’ll do a proper recruitment process,” said Kane over the weekend.

“We’ve had some interesting CVs in and, you never know, Liam and Ross [Hannah, who is assisting King] might do such a good job that it makes it difficult [to appoint someone else], and I hope they do.”

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