File - Sherwood salutes striker Emmanuel Adebayor after he scored during the match against Sunderland.
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There was something symbolic about Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood allowing a supporter to sit in his seat on the touchline during the latter stages of the 3-0 win over Aston Villa Sunday.It was confirmed Tuesday that chairman Daniel Levy implemented the break clause in the 18-month contract that the former England international signed in December.Receiving more than 80 million pounds ($134.97 million) for Bale nine months ago enabled the club to spend heavily on transfers, but although seven players were brought in, few have been successful.Whoever arrives as the ninth permanent manager in Levy's 13 years as chairman, it will be a huge task to return Tottenham to the top four.
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