Braintree Town chairman Lee Harding has said that the club are still reviewing their options as they look to make a permanent managerial appointment, report the Braintree & Witham Times.
Following the departure of Brad Quinton on October 6, Hakan Hayrettin has been leading the side in a caretaker capacity, but no decision has been made yet about who will be filling the role on a full-time basis.
Hayrettin, who was the full-time boss when the club were relegated from the National League two years ago, has overseen an Essex Senior Cup win and led the team to a 1-1 draw at high-flying Salford City as well as their first home win of the campaign when they beat Dover Athletic 2-1 last weekend.
They also bowed out of the FA Cup at Barnet two weeks ago and Harding said the club’s board had made no firm decision on an appointment yet.
The Iron chairman said: “Hakan remains in the caretaker role and we are all pleased with how the team have responded to his brief time with us so far.
“Under him, we drew at the then leaders (Salford City) and then picked up three points against Dover on Saturday, so we have been pleased to see that. But there is still a lot of work to be done and we will review it in the coming weeks.”
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