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Five available managers who would do a job in League Two

There are various experienced and available managers who would do a good job in League Two. Here are five-

Nick Daws- He was harshly dismissed by League One side Scunthorpe United after just four games this season. Daws is an experienced coach and got the Iron into the Play-Offs last season. Therefore, he deserves another shot at management.

Lee Clark- The former Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City, Blackpool, Kilmarnock and Bury boss is looking to get back into the game and would be a shrewd appointment by a League Two side. He has been without a club for over a year now.

Bury manager Lee Clark laughing during the EFL Sky Bet League 1 match between Southend United and Bury at Roots Hall, Southend, England on 30 April 2017. Photo by Matthew Redman.

Gary Bowyer- He resigned as manager of Blackpool after just one game this season. He had worked wonders with the Seasiders under difficult circumstances and guided them to promotion from League Two in 2016. He will no doubt get another job soon.

Alan Stubbs- The former Everton defender may have to drop into the fourth tier to get back into the game. He  did well at Hibernian and won their first Scottish Cup in 114 years in 2016, however, his most recent stints at Rotherham United and St Mirren didn’t work out.

Russell Slade- The 58-year-old knows League Two inside out and could be called upon at some point this season. He has previously managed the likes of Grimsby Town, Yeovil Town, Brighton and Hove Albion, Leyton Orient, Cardiff City, Charlton Athletic and Coventry City in a lengthy managerial career.

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