The Midland Football Alliance
Published 16th May 2011
...Alvechurch, but he does face a meeting with chairman Barry Cromwell over his future.
Adams says he needs to iron some matters out before he commits himself to the club for next season.
The club slashed the budget to nothing in the latter part of the season, but Adams still managed to steer them to seventh place.
But it was a disappointing end to the campaign as they were fourth at one point, and also lost to Bewdley Town in the final of the Worcestershire Senior Urn.
Adams has not committed himself to the club but said he definitely won’t be joining Alvechurch.
He said: “I have been manager here for around seven years and during that time have not considered applying for another job because I am happy.
“I came here from Feckenham which I considered a step up and think I have done a reasonable job.
“If people link me with other jobs then that is flattering, but I haven`t applied for the Alvechurch job and don’t want to go there.”
“There are things to talk about at Studley and we will have a meeting in the next few days but in all probability I will stay.
“It was a bitterly disappointing end to the season and I have let the dust lie since then but there are some things to talk about before we start planning for next term.”
If Adams does stay at the helm, it could be a much changed squad, with Jamie Bayley and Nigel Haylor unlikely to be available as much due to work commitments.
Jack Edwards has been training with Redditch United and Pete Saunders with Solihull Moors and Adam’s son Joe has impressed in a trial with Kidderminster Harriers and been asked to go back to Aggborough.