Bristol Rovers remain undecided regarding the future of current midfielder Stuart Campbell who turns 34 at the end of the year.
Rovers chairman Nick Higgs is unsure whether Campbell may take a role as player/manager for the 2011/2012 season and although since his appointment earlier this year and with improved results, Higgs believes they will need to discuss things at the end of the season.
“He isn’t definitely going to take the team on next season. I’m not going to commit myself one way or another at the moment, I need to sit down and talk to Stuart about what capacity he’ll be here next season, to date we haven’t done that, we’ve had a number of conversations and each time we’ve said we’ll leave it until the end of the season when the dust has settled.”
“We will be discussing things, we will be looking at all our options and we will be deciding the best way forward for the football club.”
Bristol Rovers have very much resigned themselves to relegation who whilst on points can still claim 20th spot, would need to win their remaining fixture by seventeen clear goals and hope Wallsall lose.