Another day, another Daniel Levy sacking.
Less than 5 months ago, Levy chose Sherwood as the man to replace André Villas-Boas who Levy chose to replace Harry Redknapp (sacked after missing out on Champions League qualification by the slimmest of margins) who replaced the bizarre, mistaken appointment of Juande Ramos who himself replaced Martin Jol (who Levy told he was fired after everyone else had been told via television during a live game).
I could go on.
Perhaps the fans will one day realise that the problem at White Hart Lane is Daniel Levy.
And that, with more patience and realism on their part, they might keep a manager long enough to build something. As Harry Redknapp had done and was doing until drummed out of the club by a vocal section of supporters and that man Daniel Levy who, at this moment, can be heard yelling…
Meanwhile, the bookies have Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino as the favourite to replace Sherwood. A surprisingly short price of 11/10. Do the bookies know something? Frank De Boer is 5/2 and Rafa Benitez 5/1. Ex Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is 28/1.
Should Tottenham employ a British manager, the odds on David Moyes to take charge are as big as 12/1. Derby County boss Steve McClaren is 80/1. Tony Pulis is 100/1.
Here is a link to the current prices via Oddschecker http://www.oddschecker.com/football/football-specials/tottenham/next-permanent-manager