1. Tim Sherwood, Massimiliano Allegri, and the Security of a Di Matteo Tenure


    Having taken over the helm at White Hart Lane following the amputation of the arguably malignant Andre Villas-Boas in December last year, the former England midfielder signed an 18 month deal to be Tottenham boss until 2015, but as it has transpired, the contract he signed brought with it as much security as a small wooden hut built on the side of a volcano.

    Daniel Levy, Spurs’ sinister chairman, has given veiled support to his novice manager throughout his so far brief tenure in charge. Behind the scenes, however, Levy’s reported actions have been vociferously against Sherwood, with the latest…

    Continue reading