The Aston Villa coach has become well known for his antics as a manager.
Sherwood has only had two managerial roles, with Spurs and Villa, but he has already become known as a highly energetic and motivational boss.
Not only do his players seemingly put in more effort when he is in charge, but Sherwood himself is always prowling the touchline looking with the best of them.
In his short managerial career he has already created some amazing moments, and we look at five of his best touchline antics.
Sherwood vs Jorge Jesus
As Benfica knocked Spurs out of last season’s Europa League, Jorge Jesus bragged about the scoreline to Sherwood, and he responded in a fiery manner. The trouble left Sherwood in the director’s box for the second leg, and, with Jesus controlling his members of staff, it was a surprise to see a fight not break out.
The ‘Gilet Throwing’ incident
During a North London derby loss to Arsenal, Sherwood threw off his famous gilet when the Spurs midfield made a mistake that presented a chance to Arsenal. It is a well known incident, and has come to represent the ‘heart-on-his-sleeve’ attitude the former midfielder has brought to management.
The ‘Gilet Throwing’ incident, Mk. II
Similar to the previous entry, Sherwood took his gilet off and threw it to the ground, although this time in celebration. With Villa losing 1-0 in the first 10 minutes, Christian Benteke equalised, and Sherwood gave the Villa Park crowds the first showing of his fabled gilet throwing talents.
The ‘Jose Mourinho'
Maybe not as excessive as Mourinho, but Sherwood’s touchline celebration run is certainly just as enthusiastic. With Gabriel Agbonlahor scoring past Ben Foster in the West Brom goal, Sherwood charged off down the touchline to celebrate - doing a little dance at the same time.
Sherwood and the fan
The most famous Sherwood antic of all, as he brought a Tottenham supporter down from behind the dugout to sit in the manager’s chair and wear his gilet. Leading Spurs to a 3-0 win over current club Villa at the end of last season, the fan was invited to take imaginary charge of the second half - and will likely make Sherwood go down in Premier League history.