Craig Hignett has revealed that he is hoping that his two-gametouchline ban can help him gain a new perspective on his team's performances.
The Pools boss will be forced to watch from the stands duringtonight's game at Stockport County and Saturday's trip to Aldershot Town.
However, Hignett has admitted that he was considering a move
from the dugout anyway but he will remain in constant conversation with staffon the bench throughout the action.
“I will be in the stands but that doesn't mean I won't be incommunication with the bench,” he confirmed.
“I can be on the pitch for the warm-up, in the dressing room
and be in touch with the staff during the game so I will still be able to haveplenty of input.
“In all honesty, I was thinking about sitting in the stand
for a few games anyway just to see things from a distance and with a differentperspective so I will see how it goes.
“Everything should work well enough – unless Ged wants toignore my input and just put all of the defenders on the pitch!” he joked.