Davie HayAuthor: DAFC.net Date: Saturday, 5th Jun 2004
Former Livingston and Celtic boss Davie Hay has expressed his interest in becoming the new manager of Dunfermline Athletic after leaving the West Lothian club earlier in the week.
Davie Hay cleared his desk at Livingston on Tuesday at the end of his contract as the consortium hoping to buy Livingston wants coach and former Par Allan Preston to take charge.
"I think, for anyone who is not employed, Dunfermline is a job most people would consider," said Hay.
"I would rather stay at home for family reasons, but I would consider any offer, as far afield as the Far East."
Hay hinted that he might not actually apply for the Dunfermline job in the belief that his reputation would lead to an approach.
"I`ve learned that you don`t over-push yourself for jobs," he said.
"People know my situation now and they know my credentials."
Hay was spotted early on Friday speaking to Pars Chairman John Yorkston in what was believed to be the second meeting between the two men about the vacant Dunfermline Athletic post.