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David Tuttle Named Caretaker Manager

David Tuttle Named Caretaker Manager

It is expected that Dennis Wise and Gus Poyer will be named manager and assistant manager at Leeds United tomorrow morning.

Statement from Swindon Town FC

Swindon Town FC have appointed Head of Youth / Scouting Director Dave Tuttle as Caretaker Manager with immediate effect.

Tuttle takes over Caretaker Manager role at The County Ground

The 34-year old will be in charge of first team affairs as the club look towards this weekend's home encounter with Lincoln City.

Tuttle had a spell in charge of Coca-Cola Championship side Millwall during the 2005-6 campaign and joined the backroom staff at The County Ground in the summer.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Monday October 23 2006
Time: 10:50PM

Comments

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You don't want Tuttle, he was useless at Millwall. You would do really well with Paul Sturrock, if you could afford him.
miked_joker
23/10/2006 23:52:00
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What a sh*t, eh? The lure of the Championship is too much for Dennis Wise. Whatever happened to club loyalty? Money talks too loudly in this game!!!
u4e
23/10/2006 23:56:00
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That is always the problem when you get a decent manager when in the lower leagues. Mind you we even lost Glen Hoddle to Chelsea when we were promoted to the Premier.. to that obnoxious Ken Bates again, who was the Chelsea chairman at the time. Excuse me while I stick another pin in the voodoo doll of Ken B.
APG_STFC
24/10/2006 06:29:00
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You could always go for Kevin Blackwell!!!
Tel Boy
24/10/2006 09:39:00
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