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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bill View Post
    With Steve Perryman retiring, do people think he should be replaced? Is a role like this a luxury a lower league club can ill afford?

    The role itself is a relatively new introduction in football and what its purpose is is often unclear clubs managed without them for a long time so why do we need them now? Personally I don't think its a role a that a club that constantly talks about lack of funds for playing staff should be even thinking about, but what do others think? And who would be your choice (Tisdale fans need not reply, I think we know your answer)?
    Democracy in action - is it?

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    Re: New director of football?

    Not helpful as still doesn't explain what he did? When you say everything and anything does this include maintenance work?

    Is he/was he like Tisdales husband getting on with an ever growing list of jobs that need doing!
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    Re: New director of football?

    I didnt think it was any secret that Perrymans role in Tisdales early days was teaching him the managerial ropes. Bear in mind that Tisdale had never been a club manager when he was awarded the SJP job; He probably didnt have a clue where to start! Remember the ongoing cell-phone communication arrangement between the pair throughout matches? Tisdale has always had experienced sidekicks throughout his time, like Russell Osman, John Yems etc. If this MK deal comes off, god only knows who his experienced advisor will be. Theres nobody on Citys books at the moment who he could take to fill the role.

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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Snoop Fog View Post
    Not helpful as still doesn't explain what he did? When you say everything and anything does this include maintenance work?

    Is he/was he like Tisdales husband getting on with an ever growing list of jobs that need doing!
    I don't think that Tis wants his babies !

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    Re: New director of football?

    Seems to me that Matt Oakley is the one most likely to take over from SP. He's been taking on some of the duties I would usually associate with SP this season anyway.

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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Super Ronnie Jepson View Post
    Seems to me that Matt Oakley is the one most likely to take over from SP. He's been taking on some of the duties I would usually associate with SP this season anyway.
    Is he still living in the East Midlands ? If so perhaps he will be heading to MKD too, it would shorten his commute considerably !

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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Colesman Ballz View Post
    Is he still living in the East Midlands ? If so perhaps he will be heading to MKD too, it would shorten his commute considerably !
    Another useful exeweb contribution. Is he still living at X? If so, blah, blah. Are you worried about his carbon footprint?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Russell View Post
    Another useful exeweb contribution. Is he still living at X? If so, blah, blah. Are you worried about his carbon footprint?
    A predictable over reaction to a perfectly reasonable observation.....

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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Russell View Post
    Democracy in action - is it?
    Is there going to be a vote at the end then? I'll put a little smiley face next time i make a tongue in cheek comment to make it easier for you to understand.

    WhiIe you're on here, have you got any thoughts about a new DoF?

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    Re: New director of football?

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bill View Post
    Is there going to be a vote at the end then? I'll put a little smiley face next time i make a tongue in cheek comment to make it easier for you to understand.

    WhiIe you're on here, have you got any thoughts about a new DoF?
    I understand perfectly thank you - smiley face would of course cover all.
    No current thoughts I wish to share on a new DoF.

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