The 11 top candidates to take over as Scarborough Athletic manager

Following Saturday's sacking of Steve Kittrick, we take a look at the possible candidates to take over at Scarborough Athletic.

By Daniel Gregory
Sunday, 17th March 2019, 9:31 am
Updated Sunday, 17th March 2019, 10:43 am
Who are the 10 leading candidates for the Scarborough Athletic job?
Who are the 10 leading candidates for the Scarborough Athletic job?

Here's 11 possible options for Boro.

Scarborough-born and played at the highest level under several top managers. Currently coaches for i2i and has experience working with York City's academy sides.
Currently Whitby Town manager, guided the Blues to North Riding Senior Cup success two seasons ago. Formerly managed Guisborough Town.

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Former Athletic manager, who was a fan's favourite during his tenure. Recently left AFC Mansfield.
Currently Hyde United boss. Signed on for Scarborough Athletic in 2013. Previously managed Oldham Athletic and FC Halifax.
Made 22 appearances for Scarborough FC in 1999/2000 season. As manager of Farsley Celtic between 2003 and 2007, he won promotion three times. Later managed Port Vale, Bradford Park Avenue, Altrincham and Gainsborough.
Two Scarborough Athletic stalwarts who currently manage Boro's U19s. Have just taken over at Pickering Town.
After leading Gateshead to the Conference Premier play-offs in 2014 he was named the Non-League Manager of the Year. Currently out of work after his sacking from York City.
Currently club captain. Has coaching experience from his role of player-assistant-manager at Ossett Town.
Former Hull United and Bridlington Town boss. Played at the highest level for clubs including Sheffield United and Birmingham City. Left Brid Town to focus on opening his boxing academy in Driffield.
Has been put in temporary charge after Kittrick's departure. Experience with the club and knows the dressing room.
Made 84 appearances for Scarborough FC between 2002-2005. Was a fans favourite during his time at the McCain Stadium.