Where is Tim Sherwood now?
A Premier League winning captain at Blackburn Rovers, Tim Sherwood retired from playing in 2005 after a short spell with Coventry City.
Immediately after hanging up his boots, Tim Sherwood was signed up by Setanta Sports as a pundit for their Premier League coverage.
With the collapse of the channel in 2009, Sherwood was promptly signed up by Harry Redknapp to join his coaching staff as assistant first team coach at Tottenham Hotspur before a promotion to technical director.
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After the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas in early December 2013, Sherwood temporarily took over first team affairs and was appointed manager of the first team on a permanant basis later on that month.
Despite finishing sixth in the league and having the best Premier League record by a Spurs manager Tim Sherwood was dismissed in May 2014.
After turning down the vacant manager’s job at West Bromwich Albion in 2014, Sherwood expressed his eagerness to get back into football with another club.
In February 2015 Tim Sherwood was appointed manager of Aston Villa on a three year contract with the sole aim of keeping them from relegation.
Sherwood not only avoided relegation with a game to spare, he also managed to get his Villa side to the FA Cup Final where they unfortunately lost to Arsenal.
Unfortunately the new 2015-16 season was a disaster for Sherwood and he was sacked after his Aston Villa side won only one of their first ten games.
Sherwood was back in football in November 2016 when he was appointed as director of football at League One side Swindon Town on a part-time basis.
In a move which surprised many, Sherwood was purportedly one of the main contenders for the vacant Queens Park Rangers manager’s job after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was sacked.
In June 2016, following Swindon’s relegation to League Two and a change of club structure, Sherwood left the club.
Tim Sherwood: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Blackburn Rovers, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com