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Sherwood set for WBA job


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By Jonathan Nightingale

Wednesday 11 June 2014

Tim Sherwood appears to be in pole position to land the manager’s job at West Brom within 48 hours after Baggies’ bosses concluded interviews on Tuesday, the Birmingham Mail is reporting.



Having been sacked at the end of the season by Tottenham – even after possessing the highest win percentage in the league of any manager, West Brom chiefs appear to be impressed with what they saw after is was confirmed Sherwood was one of the six top candidates they were considering.


And with interviews now concluded, the club are expected to make their move within the next two days for the man who guided Tottenham to a sixth placed finish and Europa League football.


West Brom have been without a manager since the end of the campaign after the club parted company with Pepe Mel, who managed to save the Baggies from relegation despite winning just three of his 17 games in charge.


If Sherwood lands the position it is expected former Tottenham striker an coach Les Ferdinand will follow him to the club.


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