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TIM SHERWOOD

  • DATE OF BIRTH

    06/02/1969

  • COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    ENGLAND

  • STATUS

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  • CLUB

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  • PREMIER LEAGUE SEASONS

    1

Premier League Management Record
Matches W D L GF GA Pts Win %
22 13 3 6 40 30 42 59.0
Management Career
Premier League Clubs Tottenham Hotspur
Champions -
Manager of the Year -
Manager of the Month -
Career Summary

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tim Sherwood took his first role in management at White Hart Lane on 23 December 2013. He was appointed as Spurs' Head Coach and led the team to a sixth place finish, and UEFA Europa League qualification, before he left the club on 13 May 2014.

Sherwood had been involved in the coaching set-up at the North London club since 2008, when Harry Redknapp brought him into the backroom team.

Before replacing the departed Andre Villas-Boas as Head Coach, Sherwood guided Spurs’ U21 side to the final of the inaugural Barclays Under-21 Premier League, before losing narrowly to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

As a player, Sherwood enjoyed a successful Barclays Premier League career, making 341 appearances and scoring 37 goals in 12 years in the top-flight.

He was an instrumental figure in Blackburn Rovers’ success in the early 1990s, and he was captain as Rovers won the Premier League title for the first time in the 1994/95 campaign.

Sherwood moved to Spurs in 1999 and made 93 league appearances in four years, before joining Portsmouth in his final season as a Premier League player.

After initially being placed as Interim Head Coach, the former England international impressed with a victory over Southampton and gained the role until the end of the season.

Playing Career
Clubs

Watford: 1987-89
Norwich City: 1989-92
Blackburn Rovers: 1992-99
Tottenham Hotspur: 1999-2003
Portsmouth: 2003-04
Coventry City: 2004-05

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