Villa appoint Tim Sherwood as manager

peteblue

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Yes good luck to him. He will certainly get them playing better football and maybe keep them up. Look forward to us playing them next season.
 

double0

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I reckon Villa have appointed a very good manager in Sherwood, good luck to him. Sherwood will get them scoring goals thats for sure.
I predict now within a few seasons they'll start being a threat for European football qualifications.
 

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He will certainly look at giving their youth prospects a chance which in general is good for English football IMHO
 

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And he will provide us with a new outlet for our fringe players now Harry has left QPR....

...or is that just me being cynical?
 

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Poor Villa. Just wait till he starts on the press conferences and starts slagging everybody off. How long will it be before he alienates the players? Got rid of one duffer and then they bring in another. Makes me appreciate Poch even more.
 

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He will certainly look at giving their youth prospects a chance which in general is good for English football IMHO
Will he? it's not spurs where he new all the accademy inside out and had a point to prove. It will take him time to assess both the first team squad and accademy players. Given time I agree but it will be hard for him first few months.
 
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best of luck tim
got a lot of unfair criticism, for telling it how it is, maybe tact was not his forte, but would prefer him at our club, instead of baldini
gave bentaleb his chance and somehow got the best out of adebayor
 

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Good luck to him, represented us well as a player, did a good job behind the scenes with the youth side, and took over as manager at a difficult time.
Also, he wont keep talking about us in the press, which is a bonus!
Great time to take Villa over, bottom 3 , but surely a decent enough squad to get them out of it, leaving him looking a hero for a while at least.
 

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It will be very interesting to see who compares better? Ramsey at QPR or Sherwood at Villa.

My money's on Ramsey
 
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