Tisdale out brigade - Mk Edition.

DB9

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If you think four people losing their jobs is something to gloat about then carry on.
That's football I'm afraid, You keep losing and you lose your job and unlike most people in the normal world you get your salary for the length of your contract paid to you
 

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Am I the only one thinking this thread is the Exeweb version of an unhealthy obsession over an ex wife/husband?
There is a bit of that. Personally, I'm just glad because it means I'll no longer have to look up an MK result or visit the Concrete Roundabout again :LOL:

Anyone who enters into the employ of Mr Winkleman should know what's coming. Not all clubs treat their managers and staff as well as others...........
 

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Perhaps the great man can come back as Matt’s assistant with Perryman as boot boy?
 

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Am I the only one thinking this thread is the Exeweb version of an unhealthy obsession over an ex wife/husband?
Like most divorces (....they say), it's been a bit messy.
Tisdale obviously was good at PR to get a lot of the press on his side, but he clearly forgot to employ it with the fans.
 
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Can't see that unbearable man getting another job in Football as a Manager. His ego will be bruised and battered now he has 'Sacked' on his CV. Couldn't have happened to a nicer bloke that MK Dons have got rid of him.
 

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I'd have a good laugh at MK Dons if they were still in the relegation zone come January.
 
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