Weston have postponed their search for a new manager after ‘several interviews of highly-regarded people in the business’ failed to yield a desirable candidate.
The club had hoped to unveil their new boss on Monday after holding talks with a number of candidates in the hours before Saturday’s win against Dartford.
The likes of former Hereford boss Peter Beadle and ex-Truro City and Taunton Town managerial duo Leigh Robinson and Michael Meaker were believed to be in the frame.
But following the interviews, the club have chosen to ‘revisit the position at the end of the season’ – scrapping their hunt for a player-manager and instead looking for a part-time boss, similarly to how Weston have operated in the past.
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