A few Tottenham fans are somewhat unimpressed with the Europa League competition, and despite it being their best chance of a trophy this season, many supporters seem to be keeping their focus on the Arsenal game on Sunday.
On the forums..
One fan in particular was adamant playing the reserves, along with Brad Friedel, arguing it would serve Spurs best with Arsenal coming up in just a few days time:
'We have so many reasons not to put in any regulars for this game. Too many injuries, league pos top priority, arrest this debacle aga top 4 teams, aga arsenal, get players to believe and refocus. Suggested line up: Brad and all the academy players.'
Although, we understand the game against Arsenal for some fans is the bigger occasion, to underestimate what a trophy could do for the club could be a mistake.
When it came to team selection, there was little variation between who the supporters thought the eleven would be with the majority opting for: Lloris, Walker, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Fryers, Bentaleb, Sandro, Lennon, Eriksen, Chadli and Adebayor.
Although there were calls to swap Andros Townsend with Aaron Lennon, who was described as a 'one trick pony' by some supporters.
A lot of the focus was on Sherwood's handling of the dressing room, and what the summer holds for their former youth coach:
Sherwood slamming the players in public - clear sign that he's lost the dressing room - assuming he had it to begin with... #THFC— Kevin Mathews (@KevinMMathews11) March 13, 2014
Tim Sherwood: "Tottenham players are playing for their future" "No Tim, they are playing for YOUR future" #THFC— Neil Deakin® (@Woolfie101) March 13, 2014
Tim Sherwood keeps going up in my estimations his passion for the club is quality need to keep him as manager #THFC— Jamie Bryant (@bRye92) March 13, 2014
Tim Sherwood admits Tottenham's squad are playing for their futures at the club LOL you won't be our manager next season— Mike Pellegrini (@mike_thfc_coys) March 12, 2014
Whilst AVB was in charge no action was taken when we lost... Now Sherwood is the boss everyone knows their place and he takes action! #THFC— Perry Livingstone (@perryl95) March 12, 2014
A number of supporters were both fighting points for and against Sherwood, however, there can be little doubt over his passion for the club.
He has demanded the players come out fighting for their future tomorrow night and with that in mind, hopefully Spurs can get a positive result for everyone involved at the club.