Aylesbury FC chairman Danny Martone has said the club has ‘no plans’ to appoint a new manager in the near future ahead of today’s (Saturday) game against Chalfont St Peter.
The Moles are without a permanent boss after Craig Faulconbridge resigned from first team affairs last month so that he could concentrate solely on overseeing the club’s youth development.
A three-man management team of Keith Walker, who was previously assistant to Faulconbridge, Fraser McLachlan, the club’s head coach and Jon Franklin are taking the reins at Haywood Way while the Moles make a ‘long term decision on a successor’.
Chairman Martone said: “We have no immediate plans to change anything.
“It is not possible at the moment to put a timescale on when a new manager might be in place.”
FC currently sit in 16th place in the Calor League Division One Central table and had no match last Saturday.
The club had looked at re-arranging their game with Rugby Town (now being played on Tuesday December 10) for the spare date but those plans fell through.
Instead the Moles will be back in action this afternoon when they host Chalfont at 3pm. FC will be looking to halt a run of four straight defeats in all competitions.