Crawley Town: Dean Saunders unsure if he will remain boss

Dean Saunders
Dean Saunders took charge of Crawley Town in December

Dean Saunders says he is unsure whether he will be in charge of Crawley Town next season following their relegation to League Two on Sunday.

Former Wales international Saunders, 50, took over on an interim basis in December after John Gregory stepped away for health reasons.

Crawley were relegated from League One with a 2-1 home defeat by Coventry.

"I'm just the interim manager, my contract ends today and my job is done today," Saunders told BBC Sussex.

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Saunders on Crawley's relegation

"I'm not the actual manager, John Gregory is the manager and it's his job.

"As far as I know, he's the manager and we've not really spoken about what we are going to do next year - that will happen on Tuesday.

"I like the place and working for the club and the board have been good to me work wise, but there's lots of things to add up."

Crawley took the lead against Coventry and looked set for survival but a Sky Blues comeback and results elsewhere sent them into the fourth tier.

More relegation heartache for Saunders
In the last four seasons, Dean Saunders has suffered relegation three times as a manager - Doncaster (2012), Wolves (2013) and Crawley (2015).

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