Date:Saturday December 21 2013
Right now there's no two ways about it, we are a mess.
The most worrying thing for me is I feel I have lost my Tottenham Hotspur. We have lost our identity. This could be the fact we have brought in seven new players, or that we have sacked, who I feel was our best manager in recent history. Of course, getting smashed for five's and six's by Pool and City may have something to do with it... BUT, believe you me, although it doesn't seem like it, our season can be fixed, or put back on truth for want of a better phrase with ease.
Firstly, give Tim the job. But he has no experience I hear you say. Well so what. Football doesn't have to be difficult to understand and footballers aren't dummies despite the perceived notion. All we need is someone who understands the game and it's players. Why does he have to be experienced? For when times get tough? Are we seriously trying to say that Sherwood, a man who has won the Premiership and clearly has a very strong personality will just crumble and not know what to do when the pressure is really on?
Give me a break. All we need is a manager who knows the game and how to use his players. From what I've read on this site alone, few people seem to disagree with this. Sherwood knows the club, knows it's traditions and what we want to see. How old was Guardiola when he managed Barca? And don't give me the usual, well he had the best players in the world rubbish, because he revolutionised football. Why? Because he has a football brain. AVB had a football brain.
Graham Hunter, a man who I respect compketely in terms of his knowledge and principles on football has come out and said give Tim the job. He said his training methods are very similar to that of Guardiola's...that'll do for me. What I like most about Tim is how he has helped promote so much talent from within the ranks, and this is the work of him, not Inglethorpe, even though he too did an excellent job. He believes Carroll should have been a first team player a while back. I agree. In fact I would go as far to say if it's one player we have missed this season, it's a player of his type and fashion. The sooner he is recalled the better.
Right now we need stability, that much is clear, and Sherwood can offer this. So Mr Levy, don't mess around. Appoint a manager now and let it be him. Give us our Tottenham back. COYS!
Written by BrooksySpurs
Date:Saturday December 21 2013
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