Five reasons Aston Villa have made a huge mistake appointing Tim Sherwood

Date: 14th February 2015 at 8:45 pm
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What managerial credentials does Sherwood actually haveAfter being linked with just about every managerial vacancy out there, Tim Sherwood has finally managed to land himself a job with Aston Villa.

The club let Paul Lambert go and decided that the man who took over at Tottenham Hotspur for half a season and was promptly let go is the man to keep them in the Premier League – despite there being far better and more experienced managers out there who could have taken the job – or even filled in on an interim basis until the end of the season.

Not exactly the fans favourite for the job, here are five reasons we think the club have made a massive error with their managerial appointment.

Villa fans. Click on Sherwood himself to see why we think this has ‘mistake’ written all over it.

Making waves with the media and fans is not what Villa need

Villa fans. Do you think Sherwood was the right man to appoint? How long will he last? Let us know your thoughts below, become a guest blogger or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

3 thoughts on “Five reasons Aston Villa have made a huge mistake appointing Tim Sherwood

  • Ch3w84cc4
    9 years ago

    Ok I will bite. What a poor article. Sherwood plays an attractive style of football and doesn’t take any crap. He supports the younger players and is absolutely is the right manager for the club. If you don’t support the manager then you are part of the problem at the club. Villa haven’t made a mistake at all.

  • Frosty
    9 years ago

    I will bite too 🙂

    Problems with this article.

    1. Perhaps it was written by a bitter Scottish person???

    2. It was written by someone who knows nothing about football…look at the gender of the author 😉

  • reeez
    9 years ago

    It’s an appointment based upon optimism and the future. There’s been so much negativity around VP and this is welcome news. And talking of credentials… Don’t suppose the author has much to offer on that front. Certainly nothing football related


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