Sherwood Call Spurs Hard Finish Big Four, Praise Rodgers in Liverpool
London – Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood judge that his former club will be difficult to finish in the top four. Spurs called least one attacker.
This season Spurs will rely on Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Kane, and Roberto Soldado up front. According to Sherwood, who has yet to return memanajeri a club deal with the Spurs after the period December 2013–May 2014, it was not enough.
“Tottenham lack a striker again could be a contender for the top four. Situation now not be so easy to get through to the last four,” Sherwood on talkSPORT value.
The thin chance that Spurs are now handled by Mauricio Pochettino, he said, could not be separated from Liverpool‘s performance under the direction of Brendan Rodgers. Having finished runner–up last season, the Reds return predictability would be a strong candidate to finish in the top four Champions League zone alias.
“Liverpool have been difficult for all airings team (chasing a top four) because it seems the more places will already be filled. Brendan did a great job there,” she says.
The last time the Spurs finish in the top four is at the end of the 2011-12 season, although at that time they must be willing to appear in the Europa League after Chelsea’s Champions League success and qualify automatically for the group phase of the 2012-13 Champions League.