Chester face a ‘massive’ decision in appointing their new manager according to current caretaker boss Calum McIntyre.
The already-relegated Blues are on the verge of appointing their fifth permanent manager since reforming and hope to have their new man in place before Saturday’s final game of the season, away to Barrow.
Who leads Chester into National League North is now a matter for the club’s board, and academy boss McIntyre believes it is a crucial decision for the future of the football club.
“It’s massive getting the appointment of the new manager right,” he said. “Where is the football club going?
“I’d like to see a manager who has a real interest in youth development and wants to develop players. A strong eye for recruitment and someone with the right contacts to be able to bring in players who are the right fit for the football club.”
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