Tim Sherwood, the Tottenham Hotspur manager is feeling worried at the moment that the chairperson, Daniel Levy might have decided to substitute him by the end of this season by a fresh face. However Sherwood thinks that it would be much interesting to take up the job of a technical director, replacing Franco Baldini at the White Hart Lane.
Daniel Levy did not witness the second half of the match between the Spurs and their rivals from London, wherein they got majorly capitulated by the latter at Stamford Bridge, since he had to attend a family event. Regardless of what the results were, it is expected that Levy has made up his mind regarding appointing Louis van Gaal, the Holland manager by summer, which means, Sherwood has to move out of his position as a manager to the Spurs. Off the topic, a huge question mark has also been raised pertaining to the future of Baldini, the technical director post Ian Broomfield’s return as a scout to the Spurs.
Sherwood has strongly insisted that he definitely would not function as a number two under Louis van Gaal, but he is also interested in taking up Baldini’s post, if and when the Italian leaves. When inquired about whether or not he thinks that Levy will replace him with a new manager, he replied that the silence right now is plain deafening, and it will completely depend on Daniel, regarding what is going to happen. He added that the final decision whether he is going to stay or not will be taken by the club. No one really cares more at the moment than him, he really wants the team to perform its best and it hurts him when they fail to do so.