More than 100 people have already contacted Woking about the vacant managerial position, according to chairman Rosemary Johnson.
The club only parted ways with manager Anthony Limbrick earlier this month and are yet to publically advertise the vacancy. And that is also despite Woking not knowing what division they will be in next season, with the currently in the National League relegation zone with two games left to play.
“I’m reliably informed from our football secretary that he has had contact from more than 100 people,” Johnson said. “That was the latest figure when I last spoke to him but it might have gone up and we haven’t even advertised it.
“I don’t think what league we are in is relevant to them, there’s a history attached to the club and if that’s all they care about then I don’t think I necessarily would want them to be manager.”
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