MORECAMBE boss Sammy McIlroy says he will hold talks with club chairman Peter McGuigan over the summer as regards to his future at the club.
McIlroy admits that this season has been by far the most frustrating one yet in the five years he has been at Christie Park and says he and the chairman will have “honest” talks after the season ends.
He said: “I’ve got a good relationship with the chairman and we are always very honest with each other.
“I am totally honest with myself and fully admit that the results haven’t been good enough for me this season. I set myself high standards and take pride in what I do and I am not happy with the results we have had this season. After all the hard work that has been undertaken here over the past five years I would hate to have it on my CV that I was the man in charge when Morecambe were relegated from the Football League.
“Every club has a blip on their career and we are having one now without a doubt. I couldn’t see it happening at the start of the season and it has been so frustrating. “
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