Tim Sherwood deserved the sack

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Why his fresh approach at Tottenham will be sorely missed

Date: 18th May 2014 at 8:39pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

It hardly required the yellow ‘Breaking News’  banner that perennially scrolls the bottom of the Sky Sports News display to tell you that Tottenham Hotspur had sacked manager Tim Sherwood. His day of judgment was beckoning from the moment he was appointed, and only in the most unlikely of circumstances would it have occurred any differently. Whilst nobody truly believed we’d get to see more than half a season of Sherwood at Spurs, it was a joy to behold while it endured. I’m not speaking from a results-based perspective. Sherwood’s approach to the job was a real breath of fresh air. His candid manner may not have won fans in the dressing room, the club hierarchy, the White Hart Lane stands or even in some areas of the media. But his ramblings, whilst writing good copy for the daily papers, at times harboured the incoherence of your everyday football supporter. And I always felt as though from the point of view of a football fan, that he wasn’t as disconnected with those who love ... Read More

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