Favourite for Dons job Tisdale unsure of his Exeter future

Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale remains the front runner for the vacant MK Dons manager's job after admitting the League 2 play-off final may be his final game for the Grecians.

Tuesday, 22nd May 2018, 10:47 am
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 8:43 am
Paul Tisdale

Tisdale has been manager at St James Park for 12 years, but his future at the club has been uncertain since his rolling-contract was ended two years ago by the owners of the club.

Dons chairman Pete Winkelman has given himself until the end of May to find a replacement for Dan Micciche after sacking the manager back in April.

Exeter beat Lincoln City 3-1 at home last week to book their spot in the League 2 play-off final at Wembley, with former Dons loanee Ryan Harley on the scoresheet, but speaking after the game, Tisdale admitted his future was unclear.

He said: "Who knows. A lot of managers, coaches and players who get to the end of the season and don't know their future - I'm one of them. Never say never, but I have one more game and I'm fully focused on that as Exeter City manager. It could well be my last game but maybe not. All I know is that I've got one more game this season and I'm trying to win it."