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‘His Team Have Class, Pity He Doesn’t’ – Tim Sherwood Loses Faith In Benfica Coach Jesus Over Finger Gesture

By Chris Wright


Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has accused his Benfica counterpart, Jorge Jesus, of a “lack of class” following a touchline flair-up during the latter stages of last night’s Europa League last-16 first-legger at White Hart Lane.

Jesus appeared to hold up three fingers at Sherwood after his went 3-1 up through centre-back Luisao’s second goal of the game, with Sherwood then accusing the Sandi Toksvig-a-like Benfica coach of being a bloody rotten cad and a scurrilous bounder after the game.

“I thought his team were very good, got a lot of class,” Sherwood mithered. “It’s a pity he doesn’t.”

For the record, there was no post-match handshake between the two, and, also for the record, Jesus’ finger gesture was by far not the weirdest thing he did all evening – far from it.

Indeed, that prize should be awarded for his “gnome dance” celebration after Benfica’s first goal…



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By Chris on March 14th, 2014 in Europa League, FAIL, Managers, Newsnow, Tottenham Hotspur. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

4 Responses to “‘His Team Have Class, Pity He Doesn’t’ – Tim Sherwood Loses Faith In Benfica Coach Jesus Over Finger Gesture”

  1. K2 says:

    “his went 3-1 up through centre-back Luisao’s”

  2. savage says:

    thatd be hilarious if spurs made a come back and win 4-3, but lets be serious, it is spurs after all

  3. kp says:

    Sandy Toksvig. haha

  4. Jurgen says:

    Sherwood is a complete joke/tool. Tottenham deserve better than him.

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