Wrexham could have a new manager in place next week.
The recruitment process to appoint a new manager has been on-going since Dean Keates left to take over as boss of hometown club Walsall in March. Andy Davies, Keates’ right-hand man, is in charge until the end of the season and with the odds stacked heavily against 10th-placed Wrexham making the play-offs, his final game at the helm with be Saturday’s clash with AFC Fylde.
Craig Harrison, who worked with Reds’ coach Carl Darlington at The New Saints, Welsh international Craig Bellamy and current Solihull Moors manager Mark Yates are among the names linked with The Racecourse hotseat, with a decision expected soon.
“There has been a lot of interest in the role,” said director Spencer Harris. “Some great candidates have come forward and we are looking to appoint someone who can take Wrexham forward and achieve what we all want.”
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