Huge Task Awaits New Quakers Boss

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Huge Task Awaits New Quakers Boss


Darlington ............................................ 1 Hinckley United .................................... 1 CRAIG Liddle was in the dugout, Colin Cooper in the directors' box. But whichever of them take on the manager's job, they have a huge task facing them, writes RAY SIMPSON.

Chairman Raj Singh is expected to choose between the two, and while Liddle is caretaker manager, he has yet to decide whether he wants to take on the role full time, or stick with his duties as youth coach.

"The youth team won without me on Saturday," he said, raising a smile despite the first team failing to see off Blue Square North side Hinckley United at The Arena. Liddle will prepare the team for tomorrow's FA Cup fourth qualifying round replay, though the chairman may have decided by then whether to offer Liddle the role, or turn to Middlesbrough coach Cooper.

But Liddle has seen the decline in the club's fortunes, and is honest enough to admit there is a tough road ahead.

He said: "We are in a mess; there's no hiding from that, and we want to put smiles back on faces. I told the players before the game that they had let people down in the past. They tried. There was no lack of effort, but we missed chances.

"You need creativity to win tight games, and we didn't quite have it."

If he is given the job full time, he will look to sign a couple of wingers, who can go past their full back and get crosses in, something that has been lacking this season. …

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