Rory McAuley believes that King’s Lynn Town’s current interim management team would be a popular appointment if they were handed the job on a permanent basis, Lynn News report.
Neil Fryatt and Robbie Back remain in charge for tomorrow’s FA Cup clash against Stafford Rangers at The Walks having guided the team to a win and a draw during their short time in the dugout.
And the defender feels that the duo, who get on well with the club’s players, should be given careful consideration for the hot seat in the long-term.
McAuley said: “If Neil (Fryatt) and Robbie (Back) keep getting the results, why shouldn’t they be considered for the job? They are both good guys and have been involved with the club for some time. They’ve come in, motivated us and haven’t over-coached us.
“They’ve got their own views on football and training has been slightly different. I don’t know too much about them or anyone else who has been linked with the job.
“But whoever comes in needs to know the boys and also be able to get the best out of the players. It’s about rekindling the club’s form from last season.”
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