Former Bangor City boss Nicholson linked with vacant Gloucester City job
Former Bangor City manager Kevin Nicholson has been linked with the vacant hot seat with Vanarama National League South side Gloucester City.
Nicholson who spent a season with Bangor City, guiding them to second place and a Welsh Cup semi-final, left after the Citizens were demoted to the Cymru Alliance.
Last season, Nicholson led Bangor to their highest league finish in seven years when they won the Welsh Premier League title back in the 2010/2011 season.
He also managed the side in the Europa League, where they lost to Danish side Lyngby BK.
Gloucestershire Live say that Nicholson is one of the front-runners for the job.
Radcliffe Borough assistant manager Frank Sinclair said “This would be a brilliant appointment. Nicholson is too good a coach not to be involved in the game.”
Nicholson recently helped out in a training session with South Wales Alliance League Premier Division side Cardiff Draconians.
Gloucester City are on the lookout for a new manager after Marc Richards left to join league rivals, Hereford.
The 32-year-old is one of the youngest English coaches to obtain the UEFA Pro Licence, passing the course at the age of 29.
He has previously worked with former Welsh Premier League forward Rhys Healey. Bangor City’s goalkeeper Matthew Hall has been with English Premier League side Cardiff City.
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