Fleetwood Town set to hold talks with 36-yo over managerial role

League One side Fleetwood Town are on the lookout for a new manager this summer after interim coach Stephen Crainey left his role after guiding the club to safety on the final day of the season.

Therefore, Fleetwood are now searching for potential candidates and one name to have been mentioned is ex-Celtic and Aberdeen captain Scott Brown, this is according to The Courier.

However, as well as being linked with the role in England, Brown is also linked with taken over from John McGlynn at Raith Rovers.

The Cod Army are not at the stage of focusing on one man at this moment in time, but it is believed the League One side are keen on speaking to Brown and getting to know his coaching ability and aims for the future.

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Brown is now without a club after leaving his playing/coaching role at Aberdeen after nine months. The ex-Celtic man has now officially retired and is keen in getting into management.

The 36-year-old has believed to been helping on the training ground at Dunfermline on a volunteer role.

It will now depend on whether Fleetwood are genuine about their interest and how the talks go between both parties. If the deal does progress and Brown is handed the Town job then it will defiantly be a big risk from Fleetwood, but as seen recently a lot of times are appointing young, hungry coaches and it seems to have paid off.

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