Despite his role at Tottenham being the first of his managerial career, Tim Sherwood has not irked making comments in the media and certainly speaks his mind.
The Spurs boss famously chastised his players after heavy defeat at Stamford Bridge last month and has been vocal in his thoughts once more.
Glenn Hoddle is the latest person to feel Sherwood’s wrath, with the former midfielder hitting out at the ex-England boss’ comments.
Hoddle stated that Spurs’ players looked defeated before they had even taken to the pitch against Liverpool at Anfield recently.
However, Sherwood feels that the 12-year Tottenham playmaker is not in a position to comment.
It's been a long time since Glenn Hoddle has managed a team and the game has moved on significantly,” The Mirror quote Sherwood as saying.
"I've been a pundit myself and its easy to be critical when you've got nothing else to talk about."
Spurs face Sunderland on Monday night, with their slim chances of finishing in the top four hanging by a thread.
Sherwood’s fate and future as Spurs manager is also up in the air, with rumblings that Louis van Gaal could replace him this summer.