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Local favourites out of Town running

 
Created on 08/10/2010 @ 12:55
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Mywelshpool understands that Technogroup Welshpool are in talks with a prominent local manager to replace Graham Evans, who quit on Wednesday.
And while an appointment could be made as soon as the weekend, three possible candidates have ruled themselves out of the running.
Former boss Russell Cadwallader and ex-star player Chris Roberts have both said they are committed to their current sides and while another former manager Clive McNamee (right) said ‘never say never’, he too pointed out that he has his hands full continuing the Montgomery revival.
Cadwallader has started well with his Berriew side and said it “wouldn’t be for him” and Roberts added: “I haven’t been asked and while it would be flattering, no, I am not interested.”
Meanwhile, McNamee, who led Welshpool to success in the 1990’s, explained: “I have still got affection for the club, but there's been a lot of water under the bridge since I left. Would have to have a lot of answers to a lot of questions but never say never ehh!”
While the new manager would face an uphill task with the club facing a 15-point deduction to leave them on -11 points in the Huws Gray Alliance, it could prove an attractive proposition for an ambitious manager looking to rebuild a club and change its fortunes. A source has told us that Welshpool has received the permission of a rival club to speak to their manager.
 
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