And Curran, who has managed non-league sides Goole and Mossley, has applied for the job and initially offered to do it unpaid.
"I know I've got the confidence, knowledge, will and determination to do a good job and I love this club," he told the Sheffield Star. "People go on about experience; it's not about experience, it's about knowing what's needed, and I know what's needed.
"It doesn't need a lot of money spending; it just wants tweaking and sorting out, and I know I can do that.
"I'm taking coaching badges - but it's not just about badges either; the club have brought in people before and they've failed. It's about whether somebody is capable of doing a job."
Source: Team Talk