English managers need a cultural change to succeed

We wrote:

Could he pave the way at Tottenham?

Date: 4th February 2014 at 6:49pm
Written by Ollie Bishop

Tim Sherwood’s honeymoon looks to be coming to an end. After an excellent start to life as Head Coach of Tottenham, the Englishman is now having to face the harsh reality of the Premier League grind. His appointment was a u-turn in policy from a club that has more often than not favoured continental expertise ahead of local stock; so are Spurs leading the way in an English managerial revival? I think dubbing Levy as some kind of champion of English talent is going a little bit too far. The appointment of Sherwood was more out of necessity than anything else, with the list of managers worryingly short in a World Cup year. Had the likes of van Gaal, Klinsmann and Laudrup been available, the situation Spurs find themselves in could have been ... Read More


Agreed - 0%
Disagreed - 0%
© 2015 FootballFanCast.com | Images provided by Action Images / Reuters | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Contact Us
previous postnext post