Mumbles Rangers are rumoured to be taking a huge gamble, by offering Alan Curtis a coaching role at the club.
The side are currently riding high in second place in Division 2 of the Swansea Senior League and feel that despite Curtis’s lack of experience in the league, he could be worth a punt.
It’s been reported that Curtis is unlikely to be offered a coaching role under the Paul Clement regime at Swansea City, quashing rumours that Curtis is listed as a fixed asset on the club’s management accounts, therefore freeing him up for new roles.
Mumbles Rangers spokesperson Pete Bowen said: “We’ve been alerted to the possible availability of Alan Curtis and are weighing up our options. He’s not coached in this division before, but he is local and one of the boys has recently received a driving ban, so he could give lifts.
“It’s all well and good coaching in a Mickey Mouse competition like the Europa League, but we’re away at Kingsbridge Colts in the Open Cup on Saturday. That’s where you get to cut your teeth as a coach.”
The Mumbles Rangers Committee have called a press conference at the White Rose tomorrow and are set to answer key questions in between taking advantage of the current toastie and a drink for £3.99 deal.
Bowen added: “The toasties in the White are decent, we’re looking forward to it.”