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CHAIRMAN Steve McAdam revealed applications to fill the soon-to-be vacant first team manager’s role at Alcester Town have already flooded in – but stressed the club will not rush into making an appointment.

Following Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Inkberrow, the Romans announced that Matt Seeley and his assistant Craig Gasiewski would be stepping down from their roles at the end of the Midland League Division Two campaign.

While the Stratford Road Ground club has not officially advertised the manager’s job, McAdam told the Herald there’s been plenty of interest in the position.



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