Sacked Portsmouth boss Adams: I'll be back

Sacked Portsmouth boss Tony Adams says he'll be back. Adams plans to return to management but will not rush into taking his next job.

Sacked Portsmouth boss Tony Adams says he'll be back.

Adams plans to return to management but will not rush into taking his next job.

He had a year in charge of Wycombe which ended in November 2004, and also had coaching spells in Holland at Feyenoord and Utrecht.

When the next job offer comes up, Adams intends to do his homework on the club involved before committing to anything.

He told BBC Radio Solent: "It's not turned me off management that's for sure.

"I've just got to make sure I get all the parameters right before I walk into the next one.

"I can't wait to get back in and have another bash. But I won't be impulsive, I've got to learn from that and make sure I get things right."

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