During Daniel Levy’s 12-year chairmanship of Tottenham, the club has seemingly tried every type of manager.
From the proven winner (George Graham) to the club legend (Glenn Hoddle), grizzled caretaker (David Pleat), hired international (Jacques Santini), promoted No.2 (Martin Jol), top foreigner (Juande Ramos), populist entertainer (Harry Redknapp) and dynamic youngster (Andre Villas-Boas), there appeared no option that had been unexplored.
Until now. The latest rabbit that Levy has pulled out of his hat is Tim Sherwood, who is unique among the all-powerful chairman’s appointments in having no top-level managerial experience.
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