Premier Soccer League side Manning Rangers are in no hurry to appoint a new coach following the sacking of Sheppard Murape at the end of last season, that is according to their Managing Director Afzal Khan.
Khan told the official PSL website that the club wanted to make the right decision, after going through three managers in the last campaign.
"We will give things another week or so before we decide on who will get the job. We are in no real hurry, as we have to make a decision that will benefit the club in the long run," Khan said.
"We want to build the team into a formidable unit that will start challenging for honours in the next season or so. Rangers are a club of great tradition and we want to rise from what has been a tough few seasons for us."
Khan confirmed that the squads pre-season training will be run by youth coach Ian Palmer.
"We have a lot of confidence in Ian, he has blended in very well since his arrival, and I am confident that he will do a good job while we search for a new coach," he said.
"Also, Palmer has introduced some really exciting youngsters to the club, and we are looking very strong in the youth section.
"That is why I am so confident that things will fall into place for us. Over the years we have always produced great strikers, and Palmer will help mould them for the future."