Are you Football Manager fanatic? Do you want to become a manager in real life? This may be your opportunity!
Welsh side Wrexham Football Club is offering someone, from the general public, to become the team's first team manager!
At the moment the club's caretaker is 45-year-old Billy Barr who is former English player and manager.
Wrexham's first ever match in this league was against Kidderminster Harriers at the Racecourse, with 2,000 spectators watching a 2-1 win as they finished sixth in their first season.
The club is playing in the Conference Premier League. Wrexham won the Welsh Cup six times in 1908-09, 1909-10, 1910-11, 1913-14, 1914-15 and 1920-21. They are currently 14th in the league with 43 points and are down by 29 points from the league leaders Luton Town. The club's top scorer is Daniel Wright with 15 goals in the league.
The club's only European competition is European Cup Winners Cup in which they got to quarter finals in 1975-76.
Established in 1864, Wrexham Football Club is the third oldest professional football club in existence and has brought the Welsh town to national and international acclaim. As the only fully professional football club in North Wales, Wrexham Football Club has a large, passionate fan base.
In its 150th anniversary year, an exciting opportunity has arisen for the right candidate to be an integral part of the future growth of Wrexham Football Club as first team manager.
This role will provide a fantastic opportunity to work within a vibrant club with excellent facilities both at the Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium and Colliers Park training ground.
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