Sherwood sacked as Tottenham boss

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham have parted company with manager Tim Sherwood after the club’s sixth-placed finish in the Premier League this season.

“We agreed an 18-month contract with a break clause at the end of the season and we have now exercised that option,” said Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.

Sherwood, 45, took over after the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas last December and signed a deal through to the end of the 2014-15 season.

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  1. Not a surprise is it but yet further highlights what a laughing stock we are around Europe, I just do not understand how ENIC are still given respect by huge numbers of our fans, if this was any other business in the world and you continually failed to meet your goals and ploughed through managers for fun you would be forced out as the leader of the club, my own opinion is one of this

    Enic have met all of their own personal objectives in terms of buying land and building a tidy little portfolio, I mean lets look at this sensibly, Man City got 6.5 million more than us for their league position, now why the F*ck should ENIC invest an extra 150 million and 52 million in salaries to earn 6.5 million more ? I call that checkmate and the fans are funding it all !

  2. it pains me to say but it was the right move . i really like tim but to keep him would mean the team would disintegrate and noone would come to the lane . good guy , will be missed and i reckon he will become a great manager but , champions league with a novice who can only really play old style english football .. no-chance … all the best tho TIM .

  3. Here we go then, bets on our next manager, bets on whether he lasts the season, bets on us finishing top 4 etc etc, then what happens if we get an English manager, what if he turns out to be reasonably good? Then it will be bets on him being the next England manager and our club will be de stabilised again. Timmy boy you are better off out of it mate, you were a breath of fresh air, told it how it was and showed good humour throughout your time in charge, unfortunately people with shed loads of doh like Mr Levy don't like not being in control and that is our biggest problem, I wish you well and I will have a bet that whenever you take charge of a team against us you come out on top.


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