Spurs should have kept Tim Sherwood as boss, says Gylfi Sigurdsson
Tottenham should have kept Tim Sherwood as manager, the club’s former player Gylfi Sigurdsson said.
The former Spurs boss was at the helm for just five months despite being handed a one and a half year deal.
The 45-year-old steered the club to a sixth placed finish after winning 50 per cent of the matches he was in charge of after taking over from Andre Villas-Boas.
And Sigurdsson, now back at Swansea City, says the club should have kept the former academy coach on.
“He’s a good manager. I really enjoyed playing under him. It’s a shame he didn’t get the job and stay there for longer. The way he talks about the club and the way he feels about it, I’m sure he would have done well,” he told FourFourTwo.
“There were a lot of changes during my time there. I had three managers and a lot of players came in and went out again. Hopefully they can get some stability back into the club and can get some success there in the next couple of seasons.”