Chairman Bill Clifford has revealed Worthing United are still not close to naming a new manager, say the West Sussex Gazette.

Mavericks have been without a boss since Matt Evans left last month and Clifford has been in caretaker charge for the previous six matches. The latest was a 4-0 home SCFL Division 1 success over ten-man Southwick, the first time Mavericks have tasted victory since Evans was relieved of his duties.

The club released a statement last week stating that they ‘offer an attractive proposition to the right applicant looking at the medium and longer term’ but as of yet no suitable replacement for Evans has been found.

Clifford said: “We don’t want to be rushed into any decision. It’s important we find the correct candidate, which we haven’t as of yet, but we will continue the process of finding a new manager.”

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