Sandro not good enough - Sherwood

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Tim Sherwood has told Sandro he isn't good enough to merit a place in Tottenham's squad on current form after the midfielder appeared to criticise his manager for leaving him out of the versus Fulham.

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I had no problems with Sherwood until his comments this week. He seems to be trying his hardest to get sacked, or turn the squad against him. It's unnecessary.

Let's hope our next manager has some better man management skills. Tim seems to have none.
 

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I had no problems with Sherwood until his comments this week. He seems to be trying his hardest to get sacked, or turn the squad against him. It's unnecessary.

Let's hope our next manager has some better man management skills. Tim seems to have none.

yeah I've been the same. I haven't felt confident that he is up to the job but I've been willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and see how he does. Unfortunately his mouth runs away with itself and he will ultimately talk himself out of the job. It's something you can put up with if the team were flying but we aren't. Sherwood should shut the fuck up, concentrate on getting the team playing well.
 

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If he considers Chadli a better option in centre midfield than Sandro then he'd better not expect too many calls in the summer.
 

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Wrong Tim. Again. Sandro is good enough. It is you who is not good enough. Maybe somebody should give you a muzzle. Do you ever think before you speak? You make Harry Redknapp sound like Albert Einstein.
 

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Disagree with Tim BUT you'd be mad to say Sandro was anywhere near his best when he came back from injury
 
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I hate to admit it, but Tim has a point, we've been relatively free scoring since the beast has been dropped. I'm not saying Sandro doesn't make the cut, but with him sitting out there is more room for creativity which is paying dividends of late...
 

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Maybe Sherwood is right and Sandro has been slacking hard in training and not doing enough to justify his selection? Might be the reason he keeps picking up muscle strains.

Sherwood might be a nob but he is generally pretty straight down the line and tells the truth, to a fault.
 

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I hate to admit it, but Tim has a point, we've been relatively free scoring since the beast has been dropped. I'm not saying Sandro doesn't make the cut, but with him sitting out there is more room for creativity which is paying dividends of late...
Well its a good job its we're not playing the better sides as we're very suspect defensively without him. I cant see another clean sheet this season or under TS.
 

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He is like a Gooner Trojan horse sent here to cause havoc from within. I'm not ashamed to say i've not watched spurs play in a while now, awful football with no style from Mr. "I Don't Believe in Defensive Midfielders/CDM's".

For anyone who has had the displeasure of seeing Mr. Sherwood act a total mug in nightclubs and what not, it was all so obvious.
 

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I hate to admit it, but Tim has a point, we've been relatively free scoring since the beast has been dropped. I'm not saying Sandro doesn't make the cut, but with him sitting out there is more room for creativity which is paying dividends of late...
So has the opposition! Our defence has been woefully unprotected without a DM in there.
 

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Well done Sherwood exactly what this club needs a man with fucking balls.

Sandro obviously hasn't been training well enough and is far to worried about his image on twitter.
 
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I hate to admit it, but Tim has a point, we've been relatively free scoring since the beast has been dropped. I'm not saying Sandro doesn't make the cut, but with him sitting out there is more room for creativity which is paying dividends of late...
You seem to be missing out all the goals conceded at the other end since he has been dropped. We've been far too exposed in centre midfield and I get the feeling that Tim is too proud to admit the fact that he was wrong about not needing a defensive midfielder.
 
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