Lowestoft Town are looking for a new manager after Dale Brooks resigned from the position.
The Trawlerboys are set to line up in the Southern League Central next season after avoiding relegation from the Bostik League amid financial issues.
Brooks joined Lowestoft in October 2015 as assistant to then manager Ady Gallagher before taking over the reigns in November when Gallagher stepped down.
A statement on the club’s website read: “Lowestoft Town Football Club would like to place on record its thanks to Dale for maintaining the Trawlerboys’ step 3 status and helping to steer the club clear of relegation last season.
“Applicants should have an expansive scouting system and have the ability to attract the best talent to the club locally and regionally. The club will be competing at step 3 level in the Southern League Central next season.
“The successful applicant should ideally have a minimum of a UEFA ‘A’ coaching badge and proven coaching/management experience at this level of the football pyramid.
“To apply, please forward your football CV to the Board of Directors via our email address email@example.com”
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