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Tim "Hamburger" Sherwood at it again

skiathospurs

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Ok I have copied some of the juicier quotes,shifted them around chronologically from the article (http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...y-kane-andre-villas-boas-sacked-a8060721.html ) click the link to read in full and not my hatchet job!!



And added a photo of him being a "wally",no not a pickled gherkin!!

He is really starting to get my goat now,just shut up and count your money,you dont have to keep banging on that you did this or that,if you really did, you wouldnt have to keep banging on about it."Big hat,no cattle" springs to mind.

Oh "Hamburger Sherwood"?? yeah hamburger you fraud,beef has done all the work and ham takes all the credit.

In his recently published book, Brave New World: Inside Pochettino’s Spurs, the Argentine reveals he found the club in a state of listlessness. “The Tottenham dressing room was full of figures who at some point in their careers had been considered stars but had lost their way,” he writes. “And the team didn’t come first. Two weeks after coming here I remember saying to Hugo Lloris, ‘What am I doing here?’”

Unsurprisingly, Sherwood doesn’t see things like that. Spurs were seventh when he took the job. He handed Harry Kane his full league debut. And, as he was so keen on reminding everybody, at 59.09 per cent he had the best win ratio of any Tottenham manager in the Premier League era. “My record here is second to none,” he bristled after the club’s final home match of the season, shortly before he was sacked.

Four years on, and that number – 59.09 per cent – doesn’t take too long to come up again, as Sherwood mounts the defence for his Tottenham tenure. He flatly rejects the suggestion his time at the club has come to be seen as a failure. “No, it was never a negative thing,” he insists. In fact, he believes he provided the platform for Pochettino's success. “I always knew I was only getting until the end of the season and my win percentage was 59 per cent – which is high," he adds. "And when the guy they have now took over from me, it wasn’t broken. It was a steady ship and he has now added to it.”


"if I'd have known the way he works and the way he likes to develop young players, which is what I like to do, I could have been tempted into staying there to help him out.”


“I admire what he has done,” he says. “I am just glad that after me somebody came in with the same mindset that I have, which is to give the kids an opportunity to go and play if they are good enough. A lot of people doubted Kane, for example, but like Gareth Southgate at England, I knew those kids and knew they were good enough.

“And then when Pochettino came in, he had obviously all seen them rehearse, hadn’t he? So he takes over, sticks with them and they obviously all do very well."




“My record here is second to none,”
Think Arthur,Bill and Keith probably edge it TBH wanker.
 
skiathospurs

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I'm not wasting electrons on the bloke. Thanks Tim now fuck off will you.
He is up there with jamie redknapp for just constantly saying shit.How he is as a human being,gobby,unrespectful,"all about me" attention seeking,is the polar opposite of Pochettino.
“I am just glad that after me somebody came in with the same mindset that I have" no timmy thats just so wide of the mark.Dont dare insult us Sky by having him as a pundit today,I`d rather listen to dixon,alan smith and wright than sherwood snidely backstabbing us and bigging himself up.
 
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Ok I have copied some of the juicier quotes,shifted them around chronologically from the article (http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...y-kane-andre-villas-boas-sacked-a8060721.html ) click the link to read in full and not my hatchet job!!



And added a photo of him being a "wally",no not a pickled gherkin!!

He is really starting to get my goat now,just shut up and count your money,you dont have to keep banging on that you did this or that,if you really did, you wouldnt have to keep banging on about it."Big hat,no cattle" springs to mind.

Oh "Hamburger Sherwood"?? yeah hamburger you fraud,beef has done all the work and ham takes all the credit.

In his recently published book, Brave New World: Inside Pochettino’s Spurs, the Argentine reveals he found the club in a state of listlessness. “The Tottenham dressing room was full of figures who at some point in their careers had been considered stars but had lost their way,” he writes. “And the team didn’t come first. Two weeks after coming here I remember saying to Hugo Lloris, ‘What am I doing here?’”

Unsurprisingly, Sherwood doesn’t see things like that. Spurs were seventh when he took the job. He handed Harry Kane his full league debut. And, as he was so keen on reminding everybody, at 59.09 per cent he had the best win ratio of any Tottenham manager in the Premier League era. “My record here is second to none,” he bristled after the club’s final home match of the season, shortly before he was sacked.

Four years on, and that number – 59.09 per cent – doesn’t take too long to come up again, as Sherwood mounts the defence for his Tottenham tenure. He flatly rejects the suggestion his time at the club has come to be seen as a failure. “No, it was never a negative thing,” he insists. In fact, he believes he provided the platform for Pochettino's success. “I always knew I was only getting until the end of the season and my win percentage was 59 per cent – which is high," he adds. "And when the guy they have now took over from me, it wasn’t broken. It was a steady ship and he has now added to it.”


"if I'd have known the way he works and the way he likes to develop young players, which is what I like to do, I could have been tempted into staying there to help him out.”


“I admire what he has done,” he says. “I am just glad that after me somebody came in with the same mindset that I have, which is to give the kids an opportunity to go and play if they are good enough. A lot of people doubted Kane, for example, but like Gareth Southgate at England, I knew those kids and knew they were good enough.

“And then when Pochettino came in, he had obviously all seen them rehearse, hadn’t he? So he takes over, sticks with them and they obviously all do very well."




“My record here is second to none,”
Think Arthur,Bill and Keith probably edge it TBH wanker.
I am appalled by the incorrect, fake news, false and quite frankly shocking way you have misled the children, ignorant and foreign chaps who may be reading this forum. 'pickled gherkin', what the very fuck is a 'pickled gherkin'? A gherkin IS a wally. A wally is a pickled cucumber, a pickled wally would be a pickled cucumber that had been pickled. Madness!

That was a public service message for stupid people, children and foreigners so they can get learned English proper.
 
skiathospurs

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I am appalled by the incorrect, fake news, false and quite frankly shocking way you have misled the children, ignorant and foreign chaps who may be reading this forum. 'pickled gherkin', what the very fuck is a 'pickled gherkin'? A gherkin IS a wally. A wally is a pickled cucumber, a pickled wally would be a pickled cucumber that had been pickled. Madness!

That was a public service message for stupid people, children and foreigners so they can get learned English proper.
 
skiathospurs

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I am appalled by the incorrect, fake news, false and quite frankly shocking way you have misled the children, ignorant and foreign chaps who may be reading this forum. 'pickled gherkin', what the very fuck is a 'pickled gherkin'? A gherkin IS a wally. A wally is a pickled cucumber, a pickled wally would be a pickled cucumber that had been pickled. Madness!

That was a public service message for stupid people, children and foreigners so they can get learned English proper.
 

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