Tim Sherwood is the right man for the job at Tottenham

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Should Tottenham have gambled on Everton mastermind?

Date: 22nd February 2014 at 10:31am
Written by Sean Cook

After a rollercoaster season at White Hart Lane, it is time to start analysing the hiccups along the way. Gareth Bale’s stunning performances defined last season and without him, Tottenham potentially would not have finished with their highest points tally in the Premier League. Therefore the work of Andre Villas-Boas was hypothetically not an integral part to their success. The beginning of Spurs' season would support this claim, with the eventual downfall of the Portuguese manager happening on the 16th December 2013 - highlighting that perhaps the Premier League  just isn't right for AVB. Was there another Premier League manager that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy could have approached? With AVB secured as manager in 2012 (the same year as Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool), Roberto Martinez was still in his final year at Wigan Athletic, desperately plugging away in the bid to avoid relegation to the Championship, whilst at the same time, ... Read More

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