After Tottenham Hotspur's victory over Fulham, Tim Sherwood busted out this line that got the internet's undies in a bundle.
Sherwood on sandro "He is not good enough to be in the side and when he shows me that he is and at the same level as the other players.."— Gary Jacob (@garyjacob) April 19, 2014
Wait, surely there's some context missing here, right? He didn't just say that Sandro's not good enough to play for him? Surely there isn't anyone on earth that thinks Paulinho and Nacer Chadli are better central midfielders than Sandro and there's more to this?
Sherwood: "Sandro had calf injury & in my eyes it was not right to put him in the squad. I don't care about tweet. He can tweet what wants"— Gary Jacob (@garyjacob) April 19, 2014
Okay, that explains a lot. And what's that about that Sandro tweet?
Good morning Guys, just to let you know that i'm not injured ! Hope that we can win the game today.— Sandro Raniere (@sandroraniere) April 19, 2014
Oh. So they disagree on whether or not he's fit?
Sherwood on Sandro "He is being honest. Not telling lies. Not being disrespectful to me."— Gary Jacob (@garyjacob) April 19, 2014
This doesn't make any damn sense. If Sandro's not lying and not being disrespectful ... then are you lying? Or do you think that he's just been bad since the calf injury even though he's fit? I don't understand.
Well, here's Sandro's response.
Lol lol lol ...— Sandro Raniere (@sandroraniere) April 19, 2014
In any event, I'm really sick of Tim Sherwood and I can't wait until he's gone. I don't care that we won today. He's a nutjob and there are about two dozen realistic candidates for the job that would be a huge improvement over him.