SCALLY’S PATIENCE PAYS OFF
THE idea of sacking Justin Edinburgh during Gillingham’s poor run of form never crossed chairman Paul Scally’s mind, he says.
The Gills failed to win in eight games, but since then Scally’s patience has paid off, with Edinburgh steering his side to three league wins out of four.
“I am disappointed with the way a number of clubs have got rid of managers so quickly, after a run of a few bad games,” said Scally. “I have been staggered by some of the decisions made.
“You can’t give a manager six or seven games and expect them to necessarily have it right.”