Sherwood was wrong to openly criticise his players

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Why he needs to hang up the hairdryer at Tottenham

Date: 23rd March 2014 at 3:30am
Written by Cal Byrne

The merits of a manager publicly criticising his own players are always questionable. The idea of management itself suggests responsibility. You tell a group of people what to do, and assuming they at least attempt to do it, the results of their actions reflect on your orders. Players know this. Their job is to do as the manager says. They may ... Read More


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