Spurs Sack Sherwood: THREE Possible Replacements For Daniel Levy To Consider

It has been coming, but Tottenham announced that Tim Sherwood was sacked yesterday. After a turbulent season at White Hart Lane, the north London club will be on the lookout for a new manager, so here are three they should be looking at.

1) Thomas Tuchel

Tuchel is a tactical genius, and one of the best at that side of the game. In the 2010/11 season he guided Mainz, who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga, to seven straight victories from their first seven league fixtures, which included an away victory against Bayern Munich. They eventually finished fifth.

He looks to disable opponents and is extremely flexible with his tactics, and would turn Spurs into a top four side, I am sure of that. If I was Daniel Levy, Tuchel would be my first choice.

2) Frank De Boer

The Ajax coach has done wonders at the Amsterdam Arena, leading them to four straight Eredivisie titles. He has continued the fluid style of football that the club is renowned for and has done so with the club’s prosperous youth academy.

Although it is unlikely that he would want to leave the club, I would certainly be going out to appoint him if  I was Levy.

3) Antonio Conte

Like de Boer, Conte has guided his side to straight league titles, though Conte has managed just three – so far – with Juventus. He is tactically shrewd, willing to experiment and knows how to get results.

Spurs fans, who would you want?

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