Grimsby Town remain tight-lipped over absence of Rob Scott
Lincoln City’s rivals Grimsby Town are remaining tight-lipped over the future of Rob Scott.
The joint manager has been absent since last week when it was announced that Paul Hurst would take charge of the first-team by himself ahead of their trip to Luton Town.
The Mariners earned a 0-0 draw there and today have released a statement confirming that Paul Hurst remains in charge on his own ahead of the trip to Braintree Town on Saturday.
“Whilst the club understands the fans frustration in not knowing more at this stage, we ask them to be patient as there are various reasons the club are unable to make further comment at this point,” read the statement.
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“Paul Hurst remains in complete control of first team matters and provides the continuity desired by club and supporters.
“We hope to get back to winning ways against Braintree tomorrow at 3pm and look forward to your support in getting behind the club management and players.”
The pair took charge of Grimsby 2011 arriving from Boston United who they guided to the Conference North from the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.
Last season they took Grimsby Town to the play-offs in the Conference Premier and the final of the FA Trophy where they were beaten by Wrexham.