York City caretaker boss Sam Collins has revealed that he has held no discussions with the board this week concerning the club’s full-time managerial vacancy, report York Press.
During six-and-a-half weeks at the helm, prior to this weekend, the former Hull and Huddersfield defender has won three games, drawn three and lost one.
City managing director Steve Kilmartin had previously told The Press that the club’s directors intended to use this week “to have meetings with a number of interested parties including caretaker-manager Sam Collins with a view to appointing a manager”.
But Collins reasoned that, with a midweek trip to Nuneaton to occupy him, there had not been a chance to discuss his candidacy for the permanent position.
“Everything is still exactly the same as it was from day one, week two or whatever,” the Pontefract-born 41-year-old declared.”
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