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Sammy McIlroy to review his role as manager in summer

Sammy McIlroy
McIlroy has guided Macclesfield and Morecambe to the Football League

Morecambe manager Sammy McIlroy has admitted he does not know whether he will be in charge of the struggling League Two club next season.

McIlroy told BBC Radio Lancashire: "There have been managers sacked this season and as far as [I'm] concerned my results aren't good enough.

"We had a great season last year and expectations this season were sky high.

"I want to keep us in the league and then me and the chairman will have a chat and decide the best way to go."

McIlroy, whose side lie 19th, added: "I've got a good relationship with the chairman [Peter McGuigan]. We're very honest with each other.

"I looked at my situation earlier in the season after the Torquay game. I could see little things happening that I wasn't happy with.

"For me, my results haven't been good enough and I'm totally honest about that," added the 56-year-old.

McIlroy took over at Morecambe in a caretaker capacity in November 2005 before replacing Jim Harvey permanently in the summer of 2006.

He guided the Shrimps to the Football League in 2007 with a play-off final victory over Exeter City.



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03 Mar 11 |  Morecambe
I considered quitting - McIlroy
06 Jan 11 |  Morecambe
We will turn it around - McIlroy
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