posted on Oct, 11 2004 @ 02:16 PM
Leicester chief executive Tim Davies said the club were in no rush to appoint a successor to Micky Adams, who tendered his resignation earlier on
Monday after two and-a-half years in charge.
Director of football Dave Bassett will take charge of the team for Saturday's trip to Coventry City in the Coca-Cola Championship but former Leicester
striker Mike Newell has already been linked with the job after steering Luton to the top of League One.
Others who could be in the frame include fellow Foxes favourite Gary McAllister and Burnley boss Steve Cotterill, who had a spell at the Walkers
Stadium as coach last season.
But there will be no quick appointment according to Tim Davies.