Interest is already flooding in for the soon-to-be-vacant Workington Reds manager’s role, report the News & Star.

The position was advertised this week following the news that Lee Andrews will be stepping down at the end of the season.

Club chairman John Mackay said he had already received interest from several parties just a day after the advert went out.

Reds hope to have a new manager in position by early May so that they can start to reshape the squad ready for next season, when Workington will start life in the Northern Premier North West Division, after being relegated this term.

“We are looking for someone with good coaching qualifications, man management skills and good contacts within the game,” said Mackay.

“And if they were still young enough to be a player/manager that would be even better.

“It is not the be all and end all but it would be a bonus as it gives us two options of coaching from the side and leading from the front as well.”

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