Former manager Micky Adams has said he would potentially “help” the club but “that doesn’t necessarily mean I would want to be a manager again.”
Adams has told the Sentinel newspaper that he now has alternative business interests “so, getting back into football management is not something I have thought about a great deal. I have no doubts that I could do the job again, it is whether I want to do the job again.”
However, Adams also told the newspaper: “I respect the club and its supporters and I have time for Norman. If Norman rang me, I would have a conversation with him, and if I can help in any way I would help. But that doesn’t necessarily mean I would want to be a manager again.”
Adams had two spells with the club and took the club to promotion in 2013 despite the club starting the season in administration. The 55 year-old has been without a club since departing Sligo Rangers in 2015.