Stevenage manager Graham Westley has resigned with the club bottom of League Two, ending his fourth spell as boss.
Former Stevenage forward Alex Revell, 36, has been placed in charge for the final 12 matches of the season.
Blackpool WON'T consider Barrow boss Ian Evatt for managerial vacancy, while ex-Luton boss Nathan Jones has doubts
It's understood Evatt was told at the back end of last week that he's not in the frame due to his lack of experience.
The Blackpool legend, who made over 200 appearances for the club as a player, would be interested in talking to the club.
It's understood Evatt will not be considered for Blackpool's managerial vacancy
But it's believed the hierarchy at Bloomfield Road are not holding a traditional interview process.
Evatt's Barrow side are currently top of the National League table, four points ahead of second placed Harrogate Town with a game in hand.
In his second season in charge at Holker Street, Evatt has Barrow on course for a first return to the Football League in half a century.
Nathan Jones remains the bookies' favourite to take the Blackpool job, which was vacated last week when Simon Grayson was sacked after just seven months in charge.
It was reported last week that Jones was Blackpool's first-choice for the role, but it's understood the Welshman has doubts.
The former Luton Town man is reluctant to relocate to the Fylde coast and is still receiving a payoff from his last job at Stoke City, where he was given the boot in November of last year.
Paul Heckingbottom, who worked with chief executive Ben Mansford at both Barnsley and Leeds United, is currently the bookes' second favourite to take the job.