DE­LAY ON DE­CI­SION COST US – TYSON

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Luke Baker

DON­CASTER Rovers took 35 days to ap­point a new man­ager af­ter sack­ing Paul Dickov – and striker Nathan Tyson be­lieves the drawn-out re­cruit­ment process af­fected the play­ers.

For­mer Peter­bor­ough boss Dar­ren Fer­gu­son was even­tu­ally se­lected as the man to take the reins last month and Donny are now try­ing to haul them­selves up the League One ta­ble.

“I think it did take a toll on the lads be­cause they just didn’t know,” he said.

“Ev­ery day it was like,‘this per­son has been linked to the job, I don’t want that per­son and I’d like that per­son’. It was be­com­ing a bit of a cir­cus act.

“That’s no dis­re­spect to the own­ers. I just wish they could have done it sooner.

“I’m glad it was done and I feel like we’ve got the right man for the job.”

With Fer­gu­son now at the helm, Tyson says the process is well un­der­way.

“It’s about in­still­ing in us what he wants quickly but as ef­fi­ciently as pos­si­ble,” added the 33-year-old.

“It’s be­ing drilled into us the way he plays and does things. He’s set­tling in well with the lads.”

WAIT: Nathan Tyson

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