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Who did you vote to become the next Chester FC manager?

Nearly 1,000 supporters took part in The Chronicle poll

Graham Barrow (left) and Marcus Bignot are two of the favourites for the Chester FC job

The verdict is in...

And the majority of the readers who took part in our poll want Marcus Bignot to become the new boss of Chester FC .

Yesterday we asked Blues supporters to vote for who they wanted to become the club's next manager.

We gave you 10 candidates, all of whom have linked with the vacant hotseat, as well as an 'other' category, just in case the appointment comes from the leftfield.

We had nearly 1,000 responses - with 32% plumping for former Solihull Moors and Grimsby Town boss Bignot.

Richard Money, Ronnie Moore and Kevin Davies have all been named as possible appointments for Chester FC

But he was pushed extremely close by Chester City legend Graham Barrow (30%) - with another vastly experienced manager, Richard Money (15%), coming in third.

You can view the full results from the poll below.

But you will not have wait long to find out exactly who the Blues will appoint to replace Jon McCarthy.

Chief executive Mark Maguire and members of the club's board have interviewed eight candidates over the past two days (Monday, Tuesday).

And they could name their preferred choice as early as tomorrow (Wednesday).

Here's how you voted

Marcus Bignot 32%

Graham Barrow 30%

Richard Money 15%

Kevin Davies/Ronnie Moore/Neil Redfearn 4%

Steve Watson/Other 3%

Dermot Drummy/Paul Carden 2%

Kevin Nicholson 1%

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