Date: 25th May 2017 at 2:02pm
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Having confirmed the retained list and given an update on the managerial search nothing had happened at Hartlepool, until now.

According to Sky Sports, Hartlepool have been granted permission to speak to Barrow boss Paul Cox, who has previously guided Mansfield back into the Football League.

Sky sources understand Barrow, who missed out on the play-offs last season, will allow Cox to hold talks with Hartlepool about the vacancy. He is now being seen as the favourite to replace Dave Jones, sacked with two games remaining.

Hartlepool defender Matthew Bates formed part of the caretaker team aiming to keep Pools in the Football League but this didn’t happen with relegation to the National League of course confirmed on the final day, despite the win over promoted Doncaster.

aWe’ll find out soon enough if Cox is indeed the man to revive fortunes at Victoria Park.

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One Reply to “Pools Granted Permission For Talks With Cox”

  • Well its Friday and no news of a Manager, one player going to Notts County for a 5 figure sum well use the 5 figure sum to get the Manager you want. Season ticket sales will stall or flop if you do not act positively soon , what a mess………….Non league paper makes grim reading for Pools fans………………………. You POOLS

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