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Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 1:06 pm
by SG19Cowshed Das Boot
Furzdonny wrote:Then again we might be making the same mistake Pete did with Neilson, looking for the polar opposite of the previous manager. A mixture of Robinson, Neilson & Micciche, might be better.
A mixture of Allen, Ince & Di Matteo, would get us promoted years quicker... :D

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 1:12 pm
by Furzdonny
SG19Cowshed Das Boot wrote:
Furzdonny wrote:Then again we might be making the same mistake Pete did with Neilson, looking for the polar opposite of the previous manager. A mixture of Robinson, Neilson & Micciche, might be better.
A mixture of Allen, Ince & Di Matteo, would get us promoted years quicker... :D


Only if it's the goos bits, if it's the bad bits we could be in trouble.

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 4:28 pm
by SG19Cowshed Das Boot
Furzdonny wrote:
SG19Cowshed Das Boot wrote:
Furzdonny wrote:Then again we might be making the same mistake Pete did with Neilson, looking for the polar opposite of the previous manager. A mixture of Robinson, Neilson & Micciche, might be better.
A mixture of Allen, Ince & Di Matteo, would get us promoted years quicker... :D
Only if it's the good bits, if it's the bad bits we could be in trouble.
If it was the combined bad bits of Allen, Ince & Di Matteo, at least we'd finish mid-table. :)
If it was the combined bad bits of Robinson, Neilson & Micciche, we'd be relegated again with 0 league wins at Stadium:MK all season... :lol:

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 3:41 pm
by Furzdonny
It seems that Paul Tisdale is now a likely candidate. I missed out two league 2 play offs, including this year, so he could go one better. Considering his resources and that he has developed young players, I would be happy with him. Considering his elegant dress sense, I wonder is he attracted by the MK shops? :D

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 6:48 am
by ACDon
Furzdonny wrote:It seems that Paul Tisdale is now a likely candidate. I missed out two league 2 play offs, including this year, so he could go one better. Considering his resources and that he has developed young players, I would be happy with him. Considering his elegant dress sense, I wonder is he attracted by the MK shops? :D



Lets hope we hear the new appointment ASAP because (ridiculous as it may sound) we are already behind the majority of clubs in our preparation for next season. Pretty sure if it is Tisdale (which sounds likely) we wont be hearing anything until their fate is decided in the league 2 play-offs.

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 5:23 pm
by dons50
I’m still a bit dubious about Tisdale. I’m not sure why someone who has been at the same club for twelve years, and that club is in the L2 playoffs, would want to join a club that as sacked three managers in a year and a half.

I guess Winkie is a persuasive guy.

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 5:30 pm
by Furzdonny
dons50 wrote:I’m still a bit dubious about Tisdale. I’m not sure why someone who has been at the same club for twelve years, and that club is in the L2 playoffs, would want to join a club that as sacked three managers in a year and a half.

I guess Winkie is a persuasive guy.


Perhaps it's a mid life crisis.

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 6:20 pm
by SG19Cowshed Das Boot
dons50 wrote:I’m still a bit dubious about Tisdale. I’m not sure why someone who has been at the same club for twelve years, and that club is in the L2 playoffs, would want to join a club that as sacked three managers in a year and a half.
Looking at things more positively, we've only had to sack three managers within the previous almost twelve years now, which compares quite favourably with the vast majority of other clubs. :D

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2018 8:40 am
by MKDF
dons50 wrote:I’m still a bit dubious about Tisdale. I’m not sure why someone who has been at the same club for twelve years, and that club is in the L2 playoffs, would want to join a club that as sacked three managers in a year and a half.

I guess Winkie is a persuasive guy.


I’m also unconvinced but for other reasons. I think we need to be building for the championship now.

Just because we have made some bad choices and had experiences doesn’t make us an unattractive club. Our track record with managers has been brilliant for years.

Re: New Manager

PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2018 3:04 pm
by LinsladeDon
MKDF wrote:
dons50 wrote:I’m still a bit dubious about Tisdale. I’m not sure why someone who has been at the same club for twelve years, and that club is in the L2 playoffs, would want to join a club that as sacked three managers in a year and a half.

I guess Winkie is a persuasive guy.


I’m also unconvinced but for other reasons. I think we need to be building for the championship now.

Just because we have made some bad choices and had experiences doesn’t make us an unattractive club. Our track record with managers has been brilliant for years.


Have been watching this from afar due to a wedding (not Harry's), hols etc. and am also unconvinced for other reasons. For a manager to be at a lower league club for so long and with some success not to have previously been head-hunted, as far as we know, seems a bit strange and there has to be a reason for that. Tisdale would have to convince PW that that any given reason is plausible.