Splidsboel, a Danish national, says that he is willing to be interviewed for the post as long as his bill for the trip to the mountain kingdom in southern Africa was picked up.
Englishman Stewart Hall, Germany’s Zitter Glutter and Serb Zavisa Milankovic complete the shortlist, sources inside the Lesotho FA said.
According to Swaziland FA spokesman Mokhosi Mohapi, the coach should be in place by March in time for the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup.
“We need the coach as early as possible because we need to have a competitive team for these competitions,” Mohapi explains in an AFP report published in Lesotho.
The last coach Mothao Mohapi, a Lesotho national, was sacked in November after a string of poor results. His predecessor, Germany's Tony Hey, was sacked in 2005.