Former Vale manager Micky Adams ‘interested’ in Crawley job

Former Vale manager Micky Adams ‘interested’ in Crawley job

Former Port Vale manager Micky Adams could be set to become the new Crawley Town manager.

According to Crawley newspaper The Argus, “Micky Adams has put his hat in the ring for the vacant Crawley manager’s job.”

Micky Adams has put his hat in the ring for the vacant Crawley manager’s job…

Adams had two previous spells in Sussex managing Brighton and Hove Albion and is a leading contender to replace Dean Saunders who was appointed Chesterfield manager this month.

Other contenders for the job include David Hockaday, Michael Appleton and James Beattie.

Adams endured a bitterly disappointing spell as Tranmere Rovers manager after leaving Vale last season. He resigned with Rovers on the brink of relegation from the Football League despite adding a plethora of former Valiants to the Rovers squad.