Stevenage have apparently sacked Paul Tisdale, reports Alex Crook.
Stevenage are said to have parted company with the former Exeter City, MK Dons and Bristol Rovers boss after their 2-1 loss at home to Northampton Town last night.
Boro are in a poor run of form at the moment and are fighting for their lives at the bottom end of League Two.
They may now be taking drastic action by dismissing their manager, with talkSPORT reporter Crook tweeting (see tweet below):
Hearing Paul Tisdale has been sacked by #StevenageFC
— Alex Crook ⚽️🎙🇺🇦 (@alex_crook) March 16, 2022
Tisdale’s time at Stevenage
Stevenage turned to Tisdale in late November after deciding to sack Alex Revell but he has won just three games out of a possible 21 since taking over.
They are currently 22nd in the league table and are three points above the relegation zone as things stand. However, 23rd place Oldham Athletic have two games in hand and they would sink into the bottom two if John Sheridan’s side won those.
The Hertfordshire club are winless in their last nine games and only have nine matches left to save their Football League status.
Stevenage nearly went down a couple of years ago and were only saved by the demise of Macclesfield Town.
Tisdale is an experienced manager at fourth tier level and spent 12 years at Exeter from 2006 to 2018, overseeing 626 matches for the Grecians from the dugout. His more recent spells at MK Dons and Bristol Rovers have ended in the chop.
Next up for Boro is a tricky away trip to promotion chasing Mansfield Town this weekend.