Former Rotherham chief Moore set for Eastleigh job

General view of boots and a football before the match

HITC Sport understands former Rotherham boss set for Eastleigh job.

General view of boots and a football before the matchGeneral view of boots and a football before the match

National League side Eastleigh are set to appoint former Rotherham and Oldham boss Ronnie Moore as their new manager, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

Eastleigh are searching for a new manager after Chris Todd was axed just four games into the new National League campaign.

The 34-year-old became the first managerial departure in the top five divisions in England this season after picking up four points from their first four games

Todd took charge at Ten Acres in September last year, initially on an interim basis, and led the club to seventh place in the table last season.

The former Exeter and Torquay defender's departure came only 12 days into the new campaign and the club have turned to the experienced Moore to get the club back on track.

Moore has been out of work since leaving Hartlepool in February after just over a year in charge of the League Two club.

The 63-year-old has a wealth of managerial experience and Eastleigh see him as the man who can guide them to promotion to the EFL League Two this season.

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