Tommy Taylor and Sam Gaughran are among those who have expressed an interest in the managerial vacancy at King’s Lynn Town.
Linnets owner Stephen Cleeve advertised for a new manager following Ian Culverhouse’s decision to leave the club after Monday’s play-off final. Taylor – who made 340 appearances for West Ham in the 1970s – had two years in charge at King’s Lynn before his shock departure in November 2006, when, with the team at the top of the Southern League, he left to become assistant manager at Peterborough United.
Gaughran made a surprise exit from The Walks, after 118 appearances, in January, and is now with another Southern Premier side, Royston.
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