The interim manager of Tottenham Hotspurs Tim Sherwood has described the 48 hours up to and including the West Ham match as "madness", after the side lost 2-1 in the Premier League encounter on Wednesday. Sherwood said:
It's different. I'm not used to sleeping two hours a night and waking up thinking about footballers.
Someone asked me the other day, I said I slept like a baby, I woke up crying four times in the night.
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