TOTTON & Eling chairman Angus Steel says the club need “a bit more than just a football manager” to replace departed duo Stuart and Matt Hussey.

The Sydenhams Premier Division outfit have already had several enquiries – including some from former Millers players – for the vacant post.

“A number of ex-players have rung me and I’ve had several other calls,” said Steel.

“We’ll probably get half a dozen people in for a chat and see what they’ve got to offer the club.

“We’ll choose someone best suited to the way Totton & Eling is run.

“We need a bit more than just a manager, we need someone who can muck in.”

Since succeeding Ed Holmes in the chair last Christmas, Steel has worked closely with the Husseys to keep the club afloat both on and off the pitch.

“It’s sad to see Stu and Matt go,” he said. “There has been a lot of wrangling behind the scenes which can be destabilising for the football team and I thought they did a very good job under the circumstances.

“They got us through to the end of the season and only ever did good for the club. I’d like to say thank you and good luck to them.”

Anyone interested in the manager’s post can contact Steel at