By James Grayson (Twitter: @jamesAgrayson)
Steve Kittrick’s future as Guiseley manager looks set to be resolved on Friday when he will meet the club’s board of directors for talks.
Kittrick’s position has been uncertain ever since the Blue Square Bet North play-offs semi-final defeat to FC Halifax Town.
The Lions were defeated once again by Halifax last night when the Shaymen won the West Riding County Cup at Valley Parade and Kittrick confirmed in his after-match interview with Colin Robertson that he was still in limbo over his future.
Kittrick admitted that he would like to remain as manager at Nethermoor where he has enjoyed a successful five and a half years at the helm.
He has led the Lions to the Northern Premier League Premier Division title alongside winning the NPL Challenge Cup, the West Riding County Cup twice as well two second-placed finishes in the Conference North.
Kittrick does seem to have the majority of Guiseley supporters behind him, but the decision rests with chairman Steve Parkin and the rest of the board of directors.