Keith Curle is currently in his fifth job in the managerial arena, with League Two side Carlisle United.
Curle started his management career off as a player-manager at Mansfield, and he duly had three decent years at the club. The job clearly wetted his appetite, but his second stint in the dugout didn't quite go to plan - a short-lived nine-months at Chester City.
An even briefer three-month spell at Torquay followed - where he was unable to save the club from relegation - and Curle proceeded to spend time as an assistant to Neil Warnock at both Crystal Palace and QPR, which no doubt had a positive affect on his career, as he then ventured back into the dugout with Notts County in 2012 - a team he led to a club record 22 away games unbeaten - while he's been with current club Carlisle since 2014.
We've got to play people with the male genitalia to go out and play, but I don't think I can do that as I'd only start with five or six players because I don't think there are players there that have got the male genitalia.
Alex Marrow is back with us after his sick note period expired. The situation with him is that Alex wants to leave the football club. I also want Alex to leave the football club.
There will be a lot of players out of contract this summer, so I am giving them the opportunity to earn new contracts before the stampede in June.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Keith Curle has been in the managerial arena since 2002, managing five different clubs, including current side Carlisle United. Curle will be expected to get his troops back up to League One, and will surely be given time to achieve this feat at Brunton Park.