Tisdale V Taylor

Grecian Max

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Doubt that to be honest. He's a solid manager at this level with a decent team. Realistically they will go up, despite how bitter some people on here are about it. :)
Missed this last week. Not bitter, it's decent analysis. Another loss yesterday.
 

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Anything other than automatic promotion for MK Dons will be a failure, their chairman has said their budget is up there with the biggest in league 1 (not league 2). Tisdale has also made a lot of signings, many of whom have rarely played. Their squad of first team players is big.
 
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Anything other than automatic promotion for MK Dons will be a failure, their chairman has said their budget is up there with the biggest in league 1 (not league 2). Tisdale has also made a lot of signings, many of whom have rarely played. Their squad is massive.
Yup. I don't understand the reluctance from the pro-Tis lot who apparently still exist to accept that he repeats the same mistakes and failures every year as if he's beyond criticism because he managed to get out of a weakened League 2 an entire decade ago. The inevitable mid season winter slump, the signing of more mid 30s players, the dull joyless football (my main criticism of him) - the bottling of a top 3 position yet again. Predictable stuff.
 

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Predictably, he also could turn us over next month at SJP.
Hopefully our super loanees will be ready for them. Brown and Williams charging down the left, Wilson and Holmes charging down the right, Law and Archie in midfield...Bowman and Somebody in attack....It's ours to lose !
 

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Just read this quote on the MK Forum "Steve Perryman using his pre-match speech in Club Red to
launch into a rant about supporter run clubs. Was aimed at Exeter obviously but some collateral damage was caused. :lol:"

Steve Perryman was a dignified football great and an Ambassador not just for our club but for football as a whole. Just what exactly or when did it go so sour for Perryman?
 

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Steve Perryman was a dignified football great and an Ambassador not just for our club but for football as a whole. Just what exactly or when did it go so sour for Perryman?
Probably when people dared to ask Tisdale to perhaps say that in the long term interest of the club we need to start renegotiating his contract and him and Perryman took umbrage and thought they were both untouchable and were bigger than ECFC?
 
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