Alexander unmoved over exit talk
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lincoln boss Keith Alexander has insisted he will not be forced out of Sincil Bank.
Lincoln boss Keith Alexander has insisted he will not be forced out of the Sincil Bank exit door.
Alexander has enjoyed a decent spell at the helm of The Red Imps, but speculation has suggested he would move on following their play-off defeat at the hands of Grimsby.
Alexander is aware of the talk but has no plans to walk away from the club.
"The season has just ended. Managers come and go and we can talk about my position for a long while," Alexander told BBC Radio Lincolnshire.
"There are people who want me to stay, some want me to go and others are unsure, but it will be my decision."
Alexander would appear to be planning for next term as he has announced his retained list for the new season.
Gary Birch, Gareth McAuley, Marvin Robinson and Simon Yeo are out of contract but could have a future at Sincil Bank as they have been offered fresh terms.
Derek Asamoah, Matthew Bloomer, Chris Gordon, Francis Green, Steve Robinson and Jude Stirling are on the lookout for new clubs after being informed their expiring deals would not be renewed.
Green has wasted no time in securing a club for next term, with the striker signing a contract with Boston.
The 26-year-old had a loan spell at York Street last season and made a decent impression on manager Steve Evans.