Chester FC have ended talks with former Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn over the vacant job with the Blues.
The 52-year-old was the chosen candidate following the interview process at Chester to find the successor to Marcus Bignot, but the on/off talks with Redfearn now appear to be formally over after the two parties were unable to reach an agreement over financials. Since the end of last week Chester have turned their attentions to speaking with other potential candidates and it is understood that positive dialogue has been had with interested individuals who the club have approached.
“We are in the process of speaking with candidates now who have a high skill set, understand the situation and the ethos of the football club and we have already held some positive talks,” said Blues director Andrew Morris, who is leading the search for the new boss.
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