Andre Villas-Boas was sacked by Spurs first thing Monday morning. Even though they lost 5-0 to Liverpool the day before, it was still a controversial move and one that goalkeeper Brad Friedel said the players weren't happy about. In the 48 hours since then, Tim Sherwood has been named interim manager and the names of potential candidates have filled the papers. Papers that whoever edits the club's matchday program apparently doesn't read.
In the publication for Wednesday's Capital One Cup quarterfinal against West Ham, Villas-Boas' name defiantly sat under the Head Coach title. The Independent's Sam Wallace shared a picture...
Andre Villas-Boas, gone but not forgotten (in the Spurs programme tonight) pic.twitter.com/GDjtYFH5Zq
— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceIndy) December 18, 2013
Of all the things to double check two days after sacking the manager, that was probably it.
- Sports & Recreation
- Tim Sherwood