Frankly we’re racking our brains as to how he gets linked with just about every job under the sun, either way Queens Park Rangers look set to take a punt on Tim Sherwood as their new boss.
The former Spurs and Aston Villa manager has been heavily tipped to replace the outgoing Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, just a week after the Dutchman was fired from his post following a poor run of games left the Londoners 17th in the Championship.
Sherwood was a prime target for the R’s during their last stint in the Premier League, however with talks at a standstill due to high wage demands, Villa came in for the Blackburn player.
Having worked with current Director of Football Les Ferdinand during their Spurs days, Sherwood will likely line up in the dugout next to Chris Ramsey, another former QPR boss who has been upgraded from his role in charge of youth development at Loftus Road to become his assistant.
Seems like an exhausting merry-go-round of ‘good football men’ to us.
Clearly Tony Fernandez is hoping Sherwood’s ability to turn around ailing sides at the drop of a hat by playing simple attack based football isn’t hoo-haa cooked up by a man out of his depth.
By what do we know….