Longest-serving manager Paul Tisdale set for Exeter City’s first EFL Play-Off Final
The Wembley showdown will be the likeable manager’s 569th match in charge of the Devon club and if they chalk up win number 215 of his reign, Exeter will be back in Sky Bet League One for the first time since 2011/12.
Last time they claimed their place in the third tier, they did so by finishing second in League Two in 2008/09, which came 12 months after they won the National League Play-Off Final.
But this will be the first EFL Play-Off Final the club have played in and it is fitting that the iconic Tisdale will lead the Grecians out on this landmark occasion.
Here’s the top 10 longest-serving EFL managers, ordered by date of appointment:
|1||Paul Tisdale||Exeter City||06/06|
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