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Paul Tisdale is an English manager who was born in Valletta, Malta on 14 January 1973. He is the current Bristol Rovers manager and, previously, he was a footballer playing for clubs such as Southampton, Dundee United, Yeovil Town, Northampton Town, Bristol City and Huddersfield Town. He played mainly in midfield and joined each club on either loan or a free transfer.
An injury forced Paul Tisdale to end his career early as he took the managerial job at Team Bath and entered the University side into the 2002-03 FA Cup and was the first University side to do so since 1881. Paul Tisdale worked at Team bath from 2001 to 2006 and took the club through four promotions before leaving the club.
In the summer of 2006, Paul Tisdale took up the vacancy at Conference National side Exeter City. In his first season, he narrowly missed out on promotion after losing in the playoff final 2-1 to Morecambe at Wembley. However, next season, Paul Tisdale led Exeter City to the playoff final beating Cambridge United 1-0 and therefore being promoted to the EFL League Two.
Paul Tisdale became the first Exeter City manager to guide the club through two consecutive promotions as he got promoted again the next season after finishing in second place and therefore securing their League One status. The club finished in 18th place, then 8th place before finishing 23rd and being relegated in the following season.
Exeter City finished mid table 4 seasons in a row under Paul Tisdale making the playoff final twice losing both times. Milton Keynes Dons appointed Paul Tisdale as their new manager ahead of the 2018-19 season in June 2018. Tisdale started the season very well as he won the League Two Manager of the Month for October which was his second award of the kind and gained automatic promotion to League One for the 2019-20 season after finishing third.
After a twelve month break, Tisdale returned to football management on 19 November 2020, signing a two-and-a-half year deal with League One club Bristol Rovers.