Letest;Crawley Town manager responds to speculation linking him to the head coach position at Gillingham.

With immediate mention and significant ties to the Gills and the county, Lindsey’s name has been brought up. After unexpectedly joining Crawley in January, he has improved things there.

After moving from Swindon to Crawley, the former Chatham Town manager, former Gills youth coach, and former player switched League 2’s top end for the bottom, but now that the Reds had avoided relegation last season, he has them fighting at the right end of the standings.

Even outgoing manager Neil Harris acknowledged that his squad had good luck that day when the Gills defeated Crawley 1-0 earlier this season.

Before Gillingham’s match against Wrexham, Lindsey was questioned regarding the rumors that he was being considered for the position there.

I just focus on my job; that’s why I’m in this position, he declared.

“I comprehend the business; when you perform poorly, you are fired; when you perform well, clubs will express interest; it is standard in this industry.

“I’ll concentrate on doing my job, which is to keep doing what we’re doing and, hopefully, continue to win as many games as we can.

“I put a lot of effort into the job I have, and I’m committed to it; I won’t listen to anything else. In any case, I don’t listen to social media or anything else.”

“I have a clear goal in mind, am fairly assertive, and I know what needs to be done.

arris left Gillingham this week shortly after Mark Hughes was fired from League 2’s Bradford City.

Because of the nature of the business we are in, Lindsey observed, “You feel like you have to win and play well in every game.

The phrase goes, “If you don’t perform, you are only five results away from getting fired. It’s terrible for Mark and Neil since I got along with both of them and thought they were both wonderful guys. Both will undoubtedly return to the action.

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