Stirling Albion hope to have new boss in for Berwick Rangers game
Stirling Albion moved a step closer to appointing a new manager when a panel met on Wednesday to go through the applications.
Members of the club board and the Supporters Trust board – including former players Rab Duffin and John Kennedy – will make the decision on who should take over.
No timescale has been put on the process but chairman Stuart Brown has confirmed they hope to have someone in place ahead of the match against Berwick Rangers on October 15.
The club received around 30 applications for the vacancy created by the departure of Stuart McLaren in the wake of the 4-0 defeat to... read more
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