Robins' caretaker manager has no designs on permanency

Wimbledon Guardian: Keeping the hot seat warm: Ian Hazel (centre) oversaw the FA Trophy win over Heybridge Swifts on Saturday, but he will not be doing it on a permanent basis    SP68722 Keeping the hot seat warm: Ian Hazel (centre) oversaw the FA Trophy win over Heybridge Swifts on Saturday, but he will not be doing it on a permanent basis SP68722

Carshalton Athletic’s caretaker manager Ian Hazel says he does not want the top spot full time.

Speaking after the Robins’ 3-0 FA Trophy win over Heybridge Swifts on Saturday, where two goals from Danny Mills and a Harry Harding strike set up a trip to King’s Lynn in the next round, Hazel said a decision on a new man is likely in around 10 days, but it will not be him.

He said: “I am happy to step in – this is the fourth time I have been caretaker – but I am not interested in being the permanent manager. I enjoy the coaching side of things too much as well as working with the academy.”

If Hazel’s 10-day prediction is right, the former Sutton United boss will still be in charge for the league visit of Bognor on Tuesday.

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10:31am Fri 5 Oct 12

Prince Philip of Greece says...

Good luck to the Robins on finding a manager who'll be prepared to work under The Egomesiter, Paul Dipre!
Good luck to the Robins on finding a manager who'll be prepared to work under The Egomesiter, Paul Dipre! Prince Philip of Greece

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