Ronnie Moore: Hartlepool boss has 'no intention' of quitting

Ronnie Moore
Ex-Rotherham, Oldham and Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore has won three games as Hartlepool manager

Hartlepool United manager Ronnie Moore is not considering his future, despite Saturday's defeat by Bury leaving them eight points adrift in League Two.

The 62-year-old took charge in December on the same day that TMH 2014 Limited announced their takeover of the club.

That has since collapsed, and Pools are now two points further from 22nd place than when Moore was appointed boss.

"I've no intention of leaving Hartlepool, I love every minute of my job, it's a big job," he tweeted.external-link

Ronnie Moore's Hartlepool signings
*Rakish Bingham: Loaned from Mansfield (*since recalled)
Scott Harrison: Signed from Sunderland
David Mirfin: Loaned from Scunthorpe
Jordan Jones: Loaned from Middlesbrough
Aaron Tshibola: Loaned from Reading
Marvin Morgan: Loaned from Plymouth

"We have improved the players," added Moore. "We are a goalscorer short at the moment but we are giving it our all to stay up.

"We need a bit of luck - the supporters are brilliant."

Danny Wilson, who left in December 2008, is the last Hartlepool boss to survive more than 24 months in the job.

Moore has brought in six players so far in a bid to prevent Pools dropping out of the Football League for the first time since entry in 1921.

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