Darlington manager Tommy Wright says he will not resign, The Northern Echo report.
His team were beaten by the division’s bottom club at Blackwell Meadows on Saturday, Nuneaton Borough winning 2-1.
It was only their third win of the season and it was followed by a heated confrontation beside the dugouts, some of Darlington’s frustrated fans making their point clear.
Wright had been the target of chants of from a section of fans in the second half, but is determined to carry on after just over a year in charge with Quakers sixth-bottom of the table, two points above the relegation zone.
“I’m not resigning, I’m determined to turn this around,” he said.
“I won’t let this situation beat me. I understand football, I know how these situations work.”
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