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Ken McKenna told BBC Wales Sport he feared the sack after failing to lift a trophy this season

AS Saints' boss Ken McKenna takes a week's holiday, speculation continues about his future at the club.
McKenna himself fears he could be handed his cards after failing to bring silverware to Treflan during a three-year reign.
While the club remains tight-lipped over the situation, McKenna himself admits that he needs to seriously consider his future.
He revealed after last Sunday's Welsh Cup final defeat at the hands of Rhyl that the TNS board would be entitled to sack him.
"If the board of directors told me they didn't think I have done a good enough job, then I could quite understand that," he said.
"I've been full-time, had three years at it. We've been twice runners-up in the cup and three times runners-up in the league and that's not quite good enough for this club."

Brutally frank
In a brutally frank interview with the BBC, McKenna continued, "I've got to look at myself now. I've been manager here for three years and I have to ask have I done the right thing, have I prepared the team right, have I signed the right players?
"It's all down to me and I am now going away to analyse myself. I'll see where I go from here."
McKenna points to a 45-week season, illness and injuries to key players and a failure to get the "rub of the green" as reasons for Saints' empty trophy cupboard.
When he returns, he says he will meet TNS FC managing director Mike Harris, "hopefully to speak about bringing in some new players next season and about plans to transfer our training to the Oswestry area."
Meanwhile, Steven Beck, Dave Bridgwater, Barry Hogan, Tommy Holmes, John Leah, Justin Perry, John Toner, Chris Taylor, Nicky Ward and Jamie Wood are all out of contract at the club.
Their future, along with non-contract signings Richard Acton and Carl Rodgers, will also be on the line - although it is believed Perry is already on his way back to the north east after failing to impress this season.
12 May 2021
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