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Dean Glover would talk to Rangers

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Dean Glover has told Stafford Rangers to 'come and get me' if they want him to become the new manager at Marston Road.

Dean Glover has told Stafford Rangers to 'come and get me' if they want him to become the new manager at Marston Road.

Former Port Vale manager Glover was unsuccessfully interviewed for the job when Tim Flowers was appointed last October, but is still out of work and would be interested in the post.

However, the 47-year-old will not come to them, as the club have his record on file, which also applies to ex-Altrincham boss Graham Heathcote.

Glover also wants a full-time job as his next move, having turned down a youth team role at Vale after being sacked as manager in May 2009.

Rangers have been without a boss since Flowers' successor, his assistant Matt Elliott, resigned last weekend but want to find his successor quickly.

And Glover - after two years out of work - has refused to rule himself out of the running.

He said: "There a couple of things going on so, at the moment, I am surveying things and waiting to see what happens. You put your CV in at different places and you wait for replies.

"It something I might think about in the near future, obviously they are looking for somebody but nothing has changed, whoever takes that job has got a bit of a mountain to climb.

"You have to weigh everything up and see what the situation is with the club, it would be nice to get into full-time participation again but it's what comes along.

"My CV hasn't changed from when it went in before so, if they are interested, they can give me a call and I will sit down and talk to them."

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