A long time coming...
Firstly I know whatever thoughts and feelings you all had towards Tim Sherwood he did care about THFC.
I wish him well and know that as a Manager of say Brighton? he will do well there. He definitely had a way of getting the best out of the young ones (If maybe playing them in the first team was a tad optimistic!)
However, the Managerial Roller Coaster starts all over again at the lane and we'll now see a whole plethera of names being lined up for the job. Is it too quick however for someone to be given the job.
Whatever way you look at it I for one cannot see any announcement being made within the next few weeks. The season is now over and we have a break before the World Cup starts.Therefore I expect to see an announcement being made mid June with the role being taken up form the 1st July.
What was TS's downfall? lack of Tactics? Poor Player selection? Let's face it, as fans of this Historical club we will all have our reasons, they are there for whoever wants to find them. Personally I believe there was never any plan for Tim to remain after the season ended. The additional year was a pay off and thank you (IMO)
Many of you say Benitez, Many De Boer, some Poncinetti. For me it needs to be someone who knows the club, knows the Premier League, knows how savage the Press can be, and more importantly knows what the fans are like. Like it or Loathe it, we are all fickle at times (including myself!)
All I know is whoever is trusted enough by Daniel Levy to steer the ship back towards the Glory Days will be walking a fine line form day one between failure and Success. Truly in my Heart I hope it's the latter.
In a world of Citys and Uniteds there is only ONE HOTSPUR - and it's ours! Handle it carefully and treat it well. It means more to me than life...
I guess there's no point to this post other than suggestions and arguments for our new Leader… Let the Berating Commence............
COYS - ILIT - TTID
Written by YT_Boy
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