Paul Tisdale: Exeter deny Swindon approach for manager

By Brent PilnickBBC South West Sport
Paul Tisdale

Exeter City chief executive Julian Tagg says there has been no approach from Swindon Town for manager Paul Tisdale.

Bookmakers made the 40-year-old their favourite to succeed Paolo Di Canio as manager at the County Ground after

"There has been no approach from anyone for Paul Tisdale," Tagg told BBC South West Sport.

"Every time a vacancy comes up we expect Paul to be linked with it as he's a very good manager."

since Di Canio left the club

And the club have now been

Tisdale is one of the longest-serving managers in English football, having taken the reigns at Exeter in May 2006.

He guided the Grecians to promotion back into the Football League in 2008 and won promotion to League One the following season.

"It's up to Paul as to how he deals with those things, but he's not been tempted by anybody yet," Tagg said.

"And I think it would be strange for him to leave us and go to a club which is £13m in debt."