Tottenham Hotspurs interim boss Tim Sherwood has said he is "up for the challenge" of being the manager of the team despite losses in the Premier League. Sherwood added:
The immediate future is up in the air, that's as much as I know. I'm up for a challenge. I always have been. I'm very opinionated.
I know a certain way I need to play. I think I can manage men and deal with them and be honest with them.
I think the chairman and the football club need to make the correct decision and find the manager who's best compatible to take this football club forward.
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