Moyses Expects To Remain As Alfreton Boss For Next Term

Chris Moyses says he has been asked to return for another season in charge of Alfreton Town.

The former Lincoln City boss replaced John McDermott in January and guided the club to safety in the National League North.

They finished their campaign with a 1-0 defeat at promotion-chasing Chorley and attentions will now turn to next season.

Moyses says he had discussions with chairman Wayne Bradley after the game and is looking forward to taking the club forward.

“It is really, really nice,” the boss told the Derbyshire Times. “I have got to go away and do a bit of work, so hopefully we can dot the Is and cross the Ts, and we’ll be here next season.

“I've had a really enjoyable time here, the fans have been great, behind the scenes it's run very properly and professionally.”

On the Chorley game, he added: “The 4-3-3 shape that we’ve been employing the last couple of games worked for us. It’s a bit unfortunate that we lost to a comedy of errors defending. 

“They’re the bits we need to work on going forward — we gave the players absolute freedom, telling them to go out and enjoy themselves.”

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