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Bristol Rovers Manager Paul Tisdale's Post-Match Interview Is Going Viral After "Tearing Your Hair Out" Comment

Bristol Rovers Manager Paul Tisdale's Post-Match Interview Is Going Viral After "Tearing Your Hair Out" Comment

Bristol Rovers manager Paul Tisdale was still in good spirits after the club's defeat against Crewe Alexandra, producing a priceless one-liner in his post-match interview.

It was a five-goal thriller at Gresty Road on Tuesday night. Tisdale's side went 2-0 down after just 23 minutes when Charlie Kirk and Ryan Wintle found the net at Gresty Road.

Another defeat looked to be on the cards for Rovers, who have lost 10 in 20 in League One this season, but the visitors managed to bouce back early in the second-half thanks to goals from Max Ehmer and Luke McCormick.

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Despite their best efforts, though, an Olly Lancashire strike in the 55th minute sealed all three points for The Railwaymen as Rovers continue to linger around the League One dangerzone.

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After the full-time whistle, a dejected Tisdale spoke to the club's reporter, who pointed out their inability to defend from set-pieces.

"It was exhilerating play going forward and to get yourselves back on level terms as you did early in that second-half - only to concede another goal from a set-piece must have you tearing your hair out..." the reporter said.

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Tisdale then quickly responded with the line: "If I had any!" - a moment that soon found its way to social media.

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Tisdale, who is perhaps the second most fashionable manager in world football, just behind Julian Nagelsmann and his chequered suit, is known for his brilliant personality.

In fact, during his time as Exeter manager, he decided to give Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp a welcome gift before their FA Cup third round tie in 2016.

The German looked delighted to receive a hat before kick-off.

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Never change, Paul.

Featured Image Credit: Bristol Rovers/Twitter

Topics: Football News, Football, Interview

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Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.