Premier League Coach Loses His Job After Strings Of Bad Results
By Moohseen_KE | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 621 views
Barely four months into his job as Bristol Rover manager, Paul Tisdale part ways with his employer after yesterday's 2-0 defeat against Oxford United at home.
After replacing Ben Garner last year's Novenber, the 48-year old English manager was in charge for 19 games before his sacking.
Sitting on one point above the relagation zone above former premier league side Wigan athletic, and last won at home to Blackpool on Jan 2, Bristol Rivers are winless in their following 10 games since then including a 3-2 loss to Sheffield United in FA cup tie.
The club confirmed the sacking announcement through their official website reading."Bristol Rovers can today confirm that it has parted company with manager Paul Tisdale."
The club announced that Tommy Woddrington together with Jack Measure and Kevin Maher will be taking charge of first team on temporary basis as the club looks frp permanent replacement with Immediate effect.
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