Chester FC manager Marcus Bignot has revealed that his former number two at Grimsby Town and Solihull Moors, Micky Moore, can no longer commit to helping out the team on a voluntary basis.
Moore had been assisting with first team affairs during the past month after leaving his post as Barrow manager earlier in the season. And with Moore unable to commit to the voluntary role any longer and assistant manager Ross Thorpe having left the club last week, Bignot will have to proceed with a smaller backroom team, although Thorpe will be present on match days on a voluntary basis.
“Micky Moore has to look for a paid role to get back into the game,” said Bignot. “He was a big help when he was here but now, with Ross (Thorpe) also gone, we will just have to carry on and do our very best.”
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