MILLERS caretaker manager Darren Patterson is keeping an open mind about his future but knows the home game against Hereford today could be his farewell as the club move towards appointing a new boss.
“I hope not, but I’m also realistic and know it possibly could be (his last game),” said the bubbly 42-year-old Irishman.
“My thought process is to win on Saturday then get everything sorted in my head for Monday and training.
“If I’m told differently then obviously I’ll react accordingly.
“I’ve been in the game 26 years and have been out of work only once. It happening for a second time is not something I would be looking forward to.
“My players and the staff are all looking forward to the game. What happens after that, God only knows.”
Patterson says that chairman Tony Stewart has been supportive and they are likely to have another chat after the game. “That will probably be the right time, and we’ll take it from there,” he said.
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