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The Tim Sherwood Thread

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4 hours ago, Michael118 said:

I'd have no issue with what he said if there was any accuracy in it.

I'd like to see him go back to Tottenham as manager for a couple of seasons and see what happens.

He wouldn’t last 6 months.

Their fans know his limitations and could see through the bravado in his first spell, Some I know told me exactly what we were getting and they were bang on.

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1 hour ago, TrentVilla said:

He wouldn’t last 6 months.

Their fans know his limitations and could see through the bravado in his first spell, Some I know told me exactly what we were getting and they were bang on.

Same with me no shock

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On 19/11/2017 at 06:41, Michael118 said:

I'd have no issue with what he said if there was any accuracy in it.

I'd like to see him go back to Tottenham as manager for a couple of seasons and see what happens.

Wait, what?

 

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Rather hilarious video of Tim missing a sitter of Rosenthalian proportions from his Norwich days making the rounds on twitter.

Can't link it so here it is from another site.

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NORWICH POACHER TIM SHERWOOD SKIES OPEN GOAL FROM SIX YARDS OUT AGAINST BRISTOL CITY, 1991 (VIDEO)

 

20th, November 2017

 

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He may possess the managerial acumen of a Maris Piper, but Tim Sherwood was a perfectly decent central midfielder in his day – as his three England caps duly attest.

In fact, back in 1999, Sherwood became the first player to be given an international debut during Kevin Keegan’s tenure when, aged 30, he turned out for the Three Lions in a 3-1 win over Poland in a Euro 2000 qualifier at Wembley.

However, his serviceable reputation certainly wasn’t centred around a keen eye for goal, with Sherwood averaging roughly three or four goals per season in all of the Premier League campaigns leading up to his England nod. Not bad by any stretch, but not particularly great either.

To be honest, his predatory instinct (or lack thereof) was fairly evident from a young age…

http://www.whoateallthepies.tv/videos/262741/retro-football-tim-sherwood-misses-sitter-for-norwich-against-bristol-city-1991-video.html

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9 minutes ago, Zatman said:

He was already celebrating :lol::lol:

Either that, or he's doing the old Babe Ruth thing and is pointing to where he's going to to hit it out of the stadium :D

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