Tim Sherwood admits it was a "massive wrench" to lose his job at Tottenham on Tuesday but he will be hoping he has made enough of an impression to land another managerial post.
Sherwood became the 12th Barclays Premier League manager to lose his job since the start of the season and told Sky Sports News he was disappointed to be sacked:
"It is obviously a massive wrench to leave a club of the stature of Tottenham Hotspur, a club very close to my heart."
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