JACKIE McNAMARA is considering his future as York City boss after the team’s 1-1 draw at Braintree yesterday.

The former Celtic skipper had revealed he would quit if his National League outfit failed to record a “positive result” following their 6-1 hammering from Guiseley during the week.
McNamara, 42, now has a decision to make. He said: “I will speak to the chairman Jason McGill first and I honestly don’t know what happens next. It’s a bit too soon.

“There’s a lot of thinking to do. I’ll process this game because it’s still very raw.

“I saw fight and commitment from the team, but I was disappointed with both penalties that were awarded against us.

“These things go against you in this situation. Saying that, we should have got a second goal when Danny Galbraith went straight through.

“This has been 90 per cent of my life since last November. The results on the pitch haven’t been good enough.

“However, I’ve been humbled by the support of the chairman and the players.

“I’m here to do the best job I can. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.”

The former Partick Thistle and Dundee United manager thought his team were on their way to their first away win in 13 months following Simon Heslop’s sixth-minute goal.
But after ex-Dundee ‘keeper Kyle Letheren saved one penalty from Sim Akinola, he could not keep out another from Lee Bernard a minute from the end.
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