New AFC Telford United boss Gavin Cowan is planning to hold talks with chairman Andy Pryce about the club going full-time.

The former Bucks skipper believes the club should be ‘somewhere in the middle’ but will have his own proposal to put across. The club’s hierarchy and former Bucks boss Rob Edwards were keen on the idea last season.

It would see Telford go from being semi-professional to professional – making them more competitive in the National League North.

Cowan said: “I will be sitting down with the chairman this week and we will be making a decision about where we go with that. I think a realistic thing will be somewhere in the middle.

“But I have got a bit of a proposal to the chairman, who has been so supportive and obviously appointed me on Thursday. But since then we have had about a thousand phone calls between us both so we are working very hard between us to get that established.”


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