Do you have what it takes to be a football manager?
Armagh City FC are on the lookout for a new first team manager.
Long-serving boss Martin Rice stepped down at the weekend following his side’s relegation to Championship 2.
The Eagles lost a two-legged relegation play-off 7-1 at the hands of neighbours Newry.
Rice stepped down after seven seasons in charge, having won the Championship 2 title and two Bob Radcliffe cups during his tenure.
Now, the club openly invited applicants to apply for the role, with a closing date set for May 13.
A statement released on the club’s social media read: “Armagh City require a new manager. Anyone interested, is asked to send an expression of interest to the Secretary, Mr. John Hynds, on or before Saturday 13 May 2017 enclosing contact details.
“This can be done by either of the following methods: Via Post – 121 Abbey Park Armagh BT61 8BD or via text (No calls please) 07798892432.”
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