Bulls Chairman Andrew Graham has given another update on the current Head Coach/Manager vacancy at Edgar Street, saying that the search continues and that applications are still very much open.
“The search for our new Head Coach/Manager continues and we’re receiving new applications on a daily basis, we’ve already received a good amount of quality applications,” Graham told the official Hereford FC club website.
“We want to make sure that we are casting our net as far and wide as we can so that we can attract as high a quality field of candidates as possible. We don’t want to leave any stone unturned in our search for the candidate who is best suited to take this club forward.
“We’re looking at each individual applicant on its own merit, we’ve been pleased with the quality and wide-range of applicants so far and our search is likely to continue throughout the weekend.
“The board have had extremely positive discussions with Tim Harris as to how we move forward and we’re keen to make sure that this process is as smooth and quick as possible. That said, everyone is acutely aware of just how important this appointment is and we won’t be rushing into appointing someone who we’re not entirely happy with.
“This is a fantastic club, with big ambitions, a lovely historic stadium and a superb fanbase. The successful candidate will need to be someone who matches our ambition and can thrive on the pressure that the role carries.”
The Bulls’ Chairman also confirmed that Tim Harris will remain in charge of first-team affairs on an interim basis until a new appointment is made.