EVO-STIK Northern Premier League Hyde United are inviting potential candidates to come forward and formally apply for the hot-seat at Ewen Fields.
The supporter-owned Tigers are looking for a manager with the right "experience and resolve" after caretaker boss Darren Kelly stood down after Saturday's final day of the season.
Despite slipping to a third successive relegation under former Oldham Athletic and FC Halifax Town boss Kelly, pictured, who replaced Gary Lowe at Easter, officials say the successful candidate will benefit from exciting plans currently being put in place to transform the club's financial position, integrate their successful academy and develop a community programme to increase supporter involvement and boost attendances next season.
The Tigers have set a closing date of 7pm this Friday (29 April) for potential candidates to contact them and express their interest in the post via email at: email@example.com.
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