Sherwood enjoyed an 18-year career as a player, representing the likes of Norwich, Tottenham and Blackburn, with whom he won the Premier League title, as well as winning three caps for England.
In recent years the former midfielder has tried his hand at management with roles at Spurs and Aston Villa, while he can now be found working as a pundit on BT Sport. He is always entertaining.
"The best man for the Stoke job? Me." 😉
— BT Sport Score (@btsportscore) January 13, 2018
“I ain’t never felt this bad ever” – Tim Sherwood after Villa surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at Leicester still brings me to tears. pic.twitter.com/N3xEnIvaay
— Mark O'Haire (@MarkOHaire) June 22, 2017
Happy birthday to the almighty, second to none, Tim Sherwood. https://t.co/PXtauWBA5N
— Marathonbet (@marathonbet) February 6, 2018
the big tim sherwood . pic.twitter.com/AHmHhgpglc
— Englishman (@3LionsOTS) January 25, 2018
Tim Sherwood’s managerial highlights: https://t.co/aKQzOqipff
— Elliot Hackney (LMcK) (@ElliotHackney) January 4, 2018
Emmanuel Adebayor's (Tim Sherwood's) finest moment. pic.twitter.com/OC0V7J2OG2
— Patrick (@P_SRibeiro) January 26, 2016
— MrMojoRiS1n (Iain) THFC (@TidyboyTHFC) January 14, 2018
He’s still got it.
He was told to train with the “loan group”.
He’s not been one to mince his words.
Bordeaux have suspended their manager after this.
Very well said, Jurgen.
There’s 56 to get. Easy.
How to become a hero at a club.
Chelsea average under one English player per game.
Get ready to cringe like mad.
Dwight Yorke came to have a good time. And he did.