Lowestoft Town coach linked with Cambridge
Lowestoft Town first team coach Craig Fleming has been linked with the vacant managerial post at Cambridge United.
The Conference Premier side recently parted company with Martin Ling after a string of poor results and Fleming is said to be one of several candidates on a shortlist for the post.
Fleming's credentials for the job have been endorsed by Cambridge legend Dion Dublin and it is understood the United board will take his advice very seriously.
Cambridge director of football Jez George is currently in charge of first team affairs at The Abbey but hinted that a new boss could be in place before the end of the season.
Fleming is likely to face competition from former Histon boss Steve Fallon, who took the Stutes from the Ridgeons Premier to the Conference, while Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish and Paul Carden have also been linked with the post.
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