Next Tottenham manager: Who will replace Tim Sherwood? Frank de Boer, Mauricio Pochettino, David Moyes...
A look at the contenders to fill the hot seat at White Hart Lane
As was widely expected, Tim Sherwood has been dismissed as manager of Tottenham.
The decision to axe the former Spurs midfielder came despite an impressive record at White Hart Lane, but with Andre Villas-Boas and Harry Redknapp being shown the door in recent years despite decent records, it would seem there are high expectations on the manager of Spurs.
So who might be able to put a strong likelihood of a brief reign to the back of their minds and say yes if chairman Daniel Levy comes calling?
A few names have already been strongly linked while we also consider the outside contenders...
Who do you think should be the next Spurs manager? Let us know in the comments below...
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