Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Wilkin Appears To Rule Himself Out For Boston Manager

Brackley Town's Kevin Wilkin appears to have ruled himself out for the vacant post at Boston.

The closing date for anyone interested was Monday evening and speaking after last game's game at Brackley Wilkin said he already had a job to do.

"Boston is a fantastic club and if you get linked with it, clearly it must say that you’re doing something right somewhere along the line," said Wilkin.

"But my focus is to try to get this club as far forward as we can and, at the moment, things are okay and hopefully they remain that way."

Kettering manager Paul Cox is someone else who has been linked by some sources to Boston.

"I’ve not seen or heard anything on it but when you are linked with jobs it means that someone thinks you are doing a good job where you are," said Cox.

"There’s loads of work to do where I am, I have my hands full and we will see what happens in the future.

"Speculation is speculation and if the defeat at Brackley had been our fifth loss on the bounce, you’d be speculating about whether I would be losing my job tomorrow!"

According to Lincolnworld Kevin Wilkin, Josh Gowling, Curtis Woodhouse, Ian Culverhouse, Billy Heath, Paul Cox, Paul Green and Steve Evans have all been linked with the vacant post.

At present Culverhouse seems a possibility. Whilst with Kings Lynn he guided them to two promotions. 

Another is Boston interim manager Paul Green.