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PHILLIPS EYES CANARIES' HOT SEAT
CARETAKER boss Wayne Phillips is eyeing the vacant managerial seat at Caernarfon.
After Saturday's one-nil win at Cwmbran, Phillips said that he was now ready to consider becoming manager and is holding talks with the club this week.
I want to talk to the chairman about the vacant position and, if I am successful, I want to appoint an assistant so that I can switch off when I am on the pitch, said Phillips.
That man could be Aberystwyth striker Marc Lloyd Williams, who is also set to talk to the club this week and an announcement is expected at the weekend.
Phillips took temporary charge at The Oval following the unexpected departure of Adie Jones in February.
At the time, the 33-year old former Stockport, Wrexham and Wales B midfielder said that he was not interested in a permanent appointment, but appears to have changed his mind.
Jones was appointed manager of Unibond League outfit Colwyn Bay yesterday.
7 May 2021
 
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