Former Leyton Orient manager Omer Riza is among those interested in the vacant manager’s job at Crawley Town.
Harry Kewell has left Crawley to take up the role at Notts County who are bottom of League Two with one point from five games.
Kewell will replace Kevin Nolan who was sacked this week.
Omer Riza is among those interested in the vacant manager’s position at Crawley Town
Riza was in charge of Orient during the difficult final days of the unpopular Francesco Becchetti regime.
In trying circumstances he brought through many players from the youth team but was unable to avoid relegation.
The 38-year-old is coaching at the Watford academy and in the process of completing his Pro Licence.
Notts County owner and chairman Alan Hardy (left) unveils Harry Kewell (right) as new boss