Kernaghan in dark at Brentford
FORMER Ireland man Alan Kernaghan is unsure how long he will be in charge of League One side Brentford after his sudden promotion to a role as caretaker boss over the weekend.
The Bees were left without a manager when boss Uwe Rosler left the London side to take charge of Wigan Athletic.
* Coach Kernaghan was handed control of first-team affairs for Saturday's FA Cup clash with Carlisle United, but Carlisle boss Graham Kavanagh was the man who came out on top as the Cumbrians won the tie 3-2.
"I found out I would be in charge at about 8.45 on Saturday morning," said Kernaghan.
* "Uwe spoke to me and that had been the plan with the owner and Mark Warburton. It was the plan that things would go on as normal. And apart from Uwe not being in the dressing room, that was how it went. I don't know how things will go. At the moment, I go as normal."