Tim Sherwood will take charge of Tottenham Hotspur against West Ham on Wednesday and probably be given the rest of the season.
Sherwood who has never managed a professional football club has looked after the Tottenham Hotspur reserve side for many years and more recently fulfilled the role of Technical Co-ordinator.
Sherwood was signed up to Spurs by George Graham in 1999, where he struggled to make much an impact with his only claim to fame being the time-honored terrace chant, “Tim Sherwood, Sherwood, he isn’t very good, Tim Sherwood, Sherwood”.
The youth and reserve sides he oversaw alternated between 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3, playing similar football to what Spurs have been aiming at for the past two seasons but that level is absolutely nothing like Premier League football so its impossible to take anything from it.
Sherwood has been part of the Spurs setup since 2008 and Daniel Levy was apparently impressed by his coaching and was keen to groom him for movement up the backroom ladder.
The appointment would be very easy and fans would give him a chance until at least the end of the season.
|Ricardo Vaz Te|