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Club update on managerial vacancy
mansfieldtown.net, 3rd December 2014

Mansfield Town's board of directors have completed the interviewing process for the vacant manager's post at the club.

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A club spokesman said this morning: "The short listed candidates were interviewed at length by the club's chairman [John Radford] and board of directors yesterday.

"The board will now reconvene over the forthcoming days and will leave no stone unturned before making a final decision on the managerial appointment."

He added: "Following recent speculation, the club can confirm that caretaker manager Adam Murray has applied for the job and was interviewed as part of the process.”


Adam Murray interviewed for Mansfield Town manager's job

Mansfield Town caretaker boss Adam Murray has been interviewed for the vacant manager's position.
Murray, 33, this week said he had misgivings about combining his playing role with managing the side.
But the midfielder and assistant boss, who has been in charge since Paul Cox left in November, was one of several candidates interviewed on Tuesday.
Former Forest manager Colin Calderwood and ex-Reds defender Brian Laws are among the favourites for the job.
The Stags hoped to name a new manager this week but Murray may be in charge against Cambridge United on Saturday.



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