Former Chippa United head coach, Mark Harrison, could be in the running for the vacant position at AmaZulu after an impressive stint in Botswana with Township Rollers. Usuthu confirmed yesterday that they had parted ways with Steve Barker after he failed to get the side promoted back into the Absa Premiership at the first time of asking, with Delron Buckley taking over in the interim. Now, as the club go in search of Barker’s successor, it appears that Harrison may make his way onto their list of possible replacements. Harrison’s Rollers are four points clear at the top of Botswana’s Premier League with just two games to go, and under his tutelage the club have lost just two games in the league all season. However, when contacted, Harrison played his cards close to his chest, telling the Siya crew, "I've not committed to anything yet for next season, my focus is to win the double for Rollers and then I will turn my focus to next year once the job is done. “I'm enjoying myself here and I've got a good bunch of lads, however I will consider all offers including staying on here for another season and hopefully Champions League football." No team in Botswana has scored more (66) or conceded less (14) than Rollers this season, and a win on Friday night would secure them the league title.