WATCH: Tim Sherwood said “arse” live on Sky Sports and then panicked so much he couldn’t speak
We've missed Tim Sherwood as a football manager.
Yes, his hubris was unrivalled. Yes, he was always getting his win ratio out and waving it around.
But he was always great value for a quote and his press conferences were compulsive viewing - primarily because he was a loose cannon.
Take the time he thought a reporter had told him a dick joke after the game. Classic Sherwood right there.
We will probably never see his kind again in football again.
But the sport's loss is punditry's gain and even though we don't have the luxury of being able to watch him week out in the managerial hot-seat of a football club on a weekly basis, someone has given him a mic and stuck him in front of a camera.
Of course it was going to be great. How could it not be?
He was drafted in to do a stint around Bournemouth's clash with high-flying Spurs, who Sherwood of course used to manage.
But it must have slipped his mind that he wasn't down the pub with the lads and he was in fact doing a live segment on Sky Sports, when he casually dropped in the word 'arse' to his analysis.
It didn't go unnoticed on Twitter either, and some people even thought he'd dropped an earlier clanger on the show too..
Tim Sherwood has managed to say both 'shag' and 'arse' during 4 minutes of analysis of #BOUTOT. Not the safest of pundits, or managers.
— Dylan Baker (@DylanBaker1986) October 22, 2016
"Got their arse" - Tim Sherwood
— Will Parfitt (@WillParf) October 22, 2016
Tim Sherwood just said arse and everyone panicked a little.
— Jonny (@JJWallace22) October 22, 2016
Tim Sherwood just said 'got up their arse' on live telly. Absolute fucking liability.
— Glenn (@GlennNights) October 22, 2016
— Craig Bell (@CraigBell6) October 22, 2016
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