Date: 6th September 2011 at 6:36pm
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Former Barnet manager Mark Stimson is in line to become the new manager at Kettering.

The fact that Stimson is out of work makes Kettering chairman Imraan Ladak, as he told BBC Radio Northampton, that little bit keener on him: ‘there are a couple of good managers that fit the criteria that are out of work. Mark is one of them.

‘He is one of a number of people that are on our minds.’

‘There are a couple of managers I would like to speak to but they are in jobs, either as assistants or managers elsewhere, and it would be messy, difficult and very expensive to progress it.

‘We will make a decision sooner rather than later. We have a game on Saturday and I would like to have someone in place for that.’

Good luck to Stimson should he land the job?

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