Michael Appleton attends Lincoln’s match amid rumours he is set to become club’s manager

Michael Appleton attended Lincoln’s match against Rochdale on Tuesday amid rumours he’s set to become the club’s new director, Sky Sports News understands.
Lincoln chairman Clive Nates will be currently expecting to create a new boss and Appleton is now the bookies’ favorite to take over at Sincil Bank.
The League One group lately dropped Nicky and Cowley brothers Danny to Huddersfield.
Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth along with newport manager Michael Flynn spoke concerning the job to Lincoln but equally have reiterated their commitment with their clubs.
Appleton is in charge of West Brom facet – a job last month he started.
The 43-year-old has been caretaker manager at Leicester before supervisor Claude Puel has previously managed Blackburn, Blackpool, Portsmouth and Oxford United, and arrived in the club in November 2017.
Lincoln are in the home to one of Appleton areas, Oxford United, on Saturday.

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