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Tim Sherwood exclusive: Son is a manager’s dream who could play for any side in the world

By Harry Hotspur -


“I think Son is an incredible player who could play for any team in the world because he’s so flexible, he can play anywhere across the front. He works so hard and it looks like he has a fantastic attitude. He’s an example to younger players and he must be a manager’s dream because he just gets on with the job. His numbers are there to be counted and when Harry Kane is missing, he always steps up.

So, I don’t know why he is one of the most underrated players, by his peers also. It baffles me. They know how good he is when they play against him but maybe it’s because there isn’t much razzmatazz around him. He just comes in, plays his football, does his job and then goes home. You’re never going to read about him on the front pages.

He’s just a wonderful professional and he has magnificent ability, and I’m telling you, every manager in the world would want him in their team.”

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Average Joe on Extraordinary Drugs
Average Joe on Extraordinary Drugs
16 days ago

Sherwood is objectively correct here. Nice to hear for once, the obvious notwithstanding.

Plenty of other (constant) statements where he is just running his mouth. He seems to be a howler monkey in human form.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
16 days ago

“so i dont know why…………….”

Tim not nice but dim

at large
at large
17 days ago

I think it’s obvious why Son is “underrated” by his peers to everyone but Tim.

Sonificent
Sonificent
17 days ago

With such insight, how did we ever think about getting rid of Tim Sherwood? One of the true legends of the Sherwood family.

Kwakspur
Kwakspur
17 days ago

This guy must $hit gold pellets.

But on Son, I’m still confused how Conor Gallagher made team of the season ahead of him.

Last edited 17 days ago by kwakspur
East Stand
East Stand
17 days ago
Reply to  Kwakspur

It’s because the British football fraternity love young British players, if they are doing well they get more attention in comparison with foreign players, there’s always this willingness to hype or overhyped homegrown players. We’ll see where Gallagher rates when he’s 27…

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