Goodbye Tisdale

ExeterCityLad

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It's been fun but we don't want you anymore. Resign ASAP so we can employ an ambitious manager. You've over stayed your welcome. Leave.
 

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Perryman will be a very hard act to follow and he leaves big shoes to fill.

I have no doubt at all that we will find a number of very capable managers applying for the job if Tisdale does leave. As interviews go though, I can't imagine MK Dons will be breaking down his door after today.
 

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If he stays he needs to reflect on his performance as manager. To many times he got the tactics wrong, today being one of them.

Speculating on players who are injured but may offer us something is a strategy we simply can’t financially afford anymore

Finally, when we need to play ugly play ugly but when we can pass and move, it works
 

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If he stays he needs to reflect on his performance as manager. To many times he got the tactics wrong, today being one of them.

Speculating on players who are injured but may offer us something is a strategy we simply can’t financially afford anymore

Finally, when we need to play ugly play ugly but when we can pass and move, it works
I'd agree with this. He definitely needs to shoulder blame for decisions today but seems a lot of people want change for the sake of it after back-to-back playoff seasons
 

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Tisdale has got the tactics wrong the last 3 big games (Liverpool away & two Play Off finals appearances)
 

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After listening to that last interview.Its like he was gutted that we would be in L2 next season because this was his last chance to get us up.
 

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I'd agree with this. He definitely needs to shoulder blame for decisions today but seems a lot of people want change for the sake of it after back-to-back playoff seasons
The problem is that the way we lost today was almost identical to the way we lost last year. Same tactics, same outcome.

In order to change, to improve, you need to learn from your mistakes. But to learn from your mistakes, you need to be able to admit your mistakes. Like Wenger, Tisdale has become too ensconced within the Club - no one is able to challenge him, to hold him to account. He has become arrogant, stubborn - too ready & willing to blame others for failings.

As a Team, City will not improve unless the manager improves. But the situation at the Club won't force Tisdale to confront his failings, & his limitations, & so nothing will force him to seek to improve.
 

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In order to change, to improve, you need to learn from your mistakes. But to learn from your mistakes, you need to be able to admit your mistakes. Like Wenger, Tisdale has become too ensconced within the Club - no one is able to challenge him, to hold him to account. He has become arrogant, stubborn - too ready & willing to blame others for failings.

As a Team, City will not improve unless the manager improves. But the situation at the Club won't force Tisdale to confront his failings, & his limitations, & so nothing will force him to seek to improve.
I totally agree. Tisdale is not held to account.
 

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I'm hoping an announcement is made in the next couple of days. If a new man is coming in it needs to be sorted asap to allow him time to build his squad over the summer.
 

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I totally agree. Tisdale is not held to account.
Losing a playoff final isn't something that needs accounting for. Those who think a Wembley loss is too much to stomach Will probably get their wish when he's gone. I know it's been hard to watch, but where's the praise for what's been a very good season? If you think 4th is an unacceptable failure, I fear you've lost grip of reality a bit.
 

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I'm hoping an announcement is made in the next couple of days. If a new man is coming in it needs to be sorted asap to allow him time to build his squad over the summer.
Indeed , let's hope too that a few contracts are up at the end of next month.A few dead weights we need to shift now asap.
 
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