Who will lead the majority of Group Nine clubs remains a mystery.
Only four of the 10 clubs have confirmed their coach for 2020.
Adam Perry will be back for a second season with Gundagai after the Tigers failed to make the grand final for just the second time in seven years.
Adrian Purtell will coach Albury for a third season after leading them back into finals.
While Nathan Rose (Southcity) and Nick Hall (Young) are the only new faces confirmed at this stage.
Sam Elwin announced he won't be coach Temora again next season, Kangaroos are on the hunt to replace Glenn Dumbrell while Cootamundra co-coach Matt Forsyth has linked with Shellharbour Sharks.
Tumut, Junee and Brothers are also yet to lock in who will lead them next season.
Peter Little has put his hand up for a second season at the helm with Brothers.
After the Wagga side who knocked out by the Thunder in the first week of the finals, Little was unsure of his future plans.
However he was indicated he wants a second term after they recovered from a horror start to make finals.
Brothers are still weighing up their options.
Either way the star centre, who is 35, said he will remain at the club for 2020.
"I know the club has put it to out there as I think the club needs to see if we can get some quality, but I've put in for it again and if I don't get it then I don't get it," Little said.
"I will still be playing no matter what.
"I just don't know in what capacity and it depends if everyone stays."
Little believes a bit of size would help the club after their shock loss to Albury in the elimination final.
However he doesn't expect too many changes from the team.
"I think everyone is pretty loyal and I don't think anyone is going anywhere," Little said.
"It was disappointing going out the way we did."
With seven wins in their last eight games, Brothers beat grand finalists Southcity in the last round of the season before letting a 10-point lead slip on the border.
It's left a bitter taste with Little.
"It hurts the most when you flog a team like Tumut and you beat Southcity and then go out there and do that," he said.
"It was great to see someone new win it and it helps the comp."