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Tim Sherwood's throwing his gilet into as many rings as possible to get back into management

Deep down, I think we all miss Tim Sherwood’s antics.

POOR TIM SHERWOOD. Ok, so his reign as Spurs boss ended in searing flames as he lambasted his players at every opportunity, that much is true.

But believe it or not, his Premier League winning ratio of 56% is actually the highest of any Spurs manager. He seems to be linked with almost every managerial vacancy nowadays but he has yet to bring his acumen and his beautiful sleeveless garment back to the Premier League.

In part, that is probably because he comes out with fairly ridiculous things when allowed to utter more than a few sentences. Like this.

Britain Soccer Premier League What a magnificent gilet. Source: Associated Press

He made the final two at West Brom before Tony Pulis was apparently given the job and he is now the bookie favourite to take over at Newcastle.

Sherwood is the perfect manager to come into the highly dysfunctional Magpie set-up. It might not work out, but it would be riveting to see how he would co-exist with Mike Ashley and Newcastle’s fervent fan base.

C’mon, we need Sherwood and his cheeky wink back in the Premier League.
https://vine.co/v/Omjr7h50guz

He would probably be spiralling his gilet down the touchline regularly if he took over from Alan Pardew, which would be a treat for the fans.

Source: TM7 Vidz/YouTube

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