We will not rush to appoint coach: Lioli

We will not rush to appoint coach: Lioli

MASERU-Lioli president Lebohang Thotanyana says club management will take their time to appoint a permanent a new head coach and they do not want to rush into making a decision.

On Tuesday the club announced Vuyisane Mangaliso as caretaker coach without specifying how long he would be at the helm of ‘Tse Nala’. Mangaliso was an assistant coach to Thomas Tshabalala who died after an illness last month.
By elevating Mangaliso, Lioli are looking to continue where Tshabalala left off and to keep their momentum going.

“We are looking at continuity and it gives us the chance to look for a new coach,” Thotanyana said.
“We don’t want to rush and put a timeframe into the appointment because we don’t know how long it will take, we don’t want to rush our plans, so he will be in charge for as long as we haven’t appointed a new coach,” he added.

Lioli said Mangaliso’s engagement will also bring stability within their technical division.
While the search for a new Lioli coach is on, being a head coach on a full-time basis may be something appealing to Mangaliso.
He now has a chance to prove himself over the coming months that he could be what the club is looking for.

Tlalane Phahla

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