Former Spurs boss Tim Sherwood have been given a space as the new Aston Villa coach with contract to expire in 2018.

Just barely four days Paul Lambert who got a nod for that position this season was fired and the man who handled things at White Hart Lane has replaced him, most especially on a special day.

Spurs were five
points off the
League qualifying
spots when
Sherwood took
over and ended
the campaign 10
points adrift of

The omen will say love will reign within Villa Park between Sherwood, the club, the fans.

Villa sacked Paul Lambert on Wednesday after a winless run of 10 league games in which they scored just two goals.

Sherwood, 46, replaced Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham manager in December 2013 but was sacked at the end of last season and has been out of work since.

Now is that time that most coaches feel the heat of the season, and the new man just have 12 games to go about saving them from relegation falls.

Is that something he can arrange? Or arms should get crossed and watch.