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    Re: Did Tisdale pick a team to lose?

    Quote Originally Posted by felix View Post
    Good luck next season, quite like the look of Taylor, think he might be a good one.
    Yep, he's been brought up proper.
    That's why we're no ordinary club - just as the manager leaves we bring out his welcome Matt.

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    Re: Did Tisdale pick a team to lose?

    Still rubbish is it?

    Jmt could leave for free if City not promoted.

    City don't get promoted Tis signs him for free.

    So Jmt joins another league 2 club for free.

    Proper chaps!!
    Last edited by felix; 19 June 2018 at 15:38.

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    Re: Did Tisdale pick a team to lose?

    Just listened to a brief interview with JMT on his first day with MK: Question “On reuniting with the manager” Answer “Did a lot for my career and I needed a change from Exeter”.

    Tisdale was 1/10 to manage MK for a number of weeks before the playoffs final. He turned down an improved contract and I am sorry but I would take a lot of convincing that in order for him to do this he must not have already talked elsewhere about his future employment prospects.

    He also knew of JMT’s release clause and that he could benefit from this. He then sets up the Wembley team as if a draw would be sufficient well aware that it was winner takes all. Sorry guys as it shows from JMT’s interview those of us who paid our Wembley monies and turned up to support the team were totally sold down the proverbial river.

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    Re: Did Tisdale pick a team to lose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sexton Blake View Post
    Just listened to a brief interview with JMT on his first day with MK: Question “On reuniting with the manager” Answer “Did a lot for my career and I needed a change from Exeter”.

    Tisdale was 1/10 to manage MK for a number of weeks before the playoffs final. He turned down an improved contract and I am sorry but I would take a lot of convincing that in order for him to do this he must not have already talked elsewhere about his future employment prospects.

    He also knew of JMT’s release clause and that he could benefit from this. He then sets up the Wembley team as if a draw would be sufficient well aware that it was winner takes all. Sorry guys as it shows from JMT’s interview those of us who paid our Wembley monies and turned up to support the team were totally sold down the proverbial river.
    My thoughts exactly. Wembley was another firm piece of evidence that Tisdale would make an excellent poker player.

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    Re: Did Tisdale pick a team to lose?

    From the outside Tisdale never struck me as a 'proper chap' whatsoever. He actually came across as a pompous self loving stuck up jerk.

    You could say I was just being biased because he managed you lot but even now that he's at a new club he's done nothing to change my mind.

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