In light of Mark Kennedy’s departure, Football League World (FLW) has initiated a discussion about the head coach vacancy at Lincoln City. The club, currently positioned 16th in League One and with only one win in their last five league matches, recently bid farewell to both head coach Mark Kennedy and his assistant, Danny Butterfield. Lincoln City’s chief executive, Liam Scully, expressed gratitude for their contributions and well-wishes for their future coaching careers.
In the interim, Tom Shaw has assumed control of the team as the club embarks on a thorough
search for their next head coach. The article speculates about the potential candidates for this role, with one prominent name being Danny Cowley, along with his brother Nicky. The Cowley brothers previously led Lincoln City from 2016 to 2019, achieving significant success, including guiding the team from non-league to League One and an FA Cup quarter-final.
The article questions whether Lincoln City should consider Danny Cowley for the head coach position, given his current availability as a free agent following his departure from Portsmouth the previous season. FLW writers offer their opinions on this matter, with some advocating for exploring the option due to Cowley’s past success with the club and his positive relationship with supporters. They emphasize the potential benefits of his return and the enthusiasm it could generate among Lincoln City fans.