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Tim Sherwood 7/2 to deliver promotion at Swindon Town

| 11.11.2016

There’s been quite the shake-up at Swindon Town this afternoon, with the Wiltshire outfit announcing former Premier League winner Tim Sherwood as their new sporting director. And his appointment could give Robins fans plenty to chirp about.

The bookies make it 7/2 for the club’s new director of football to lead the Robins into the Championship, while it’s 20s that he takes them all the way to the promised land of the Premier League.

Swindon’s recent struggles make it 4/6 they fall to League Two under Sherwood’s watch, with the County Ground outfit currently locked in a relegation battle, having won one of their last seven in the league.

However, the 7/1 for the Wiltshire club to reach any cup final could leave County Ground regulars dreaming, following their bold appointment.

Meanwhile, 1/2 says he heads into the dugout as head coach or manager during his stint in the South-West.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “It’s not every day you see a former Premier League boss pitch up at League One strugglers, and signing up Sherwood could have Robins fans dreaming of their own return to the top-flight.”

Next up for Swindon is a home game against Charlton Athletic, with the hosts 12/5 for victory in their first meeting with the Addicks in over five years.

Ladbrokes Latest Odds:

Tim Sherwood/Swindon Town specials:

Sherwood to become Swindon Town manager/head coach anytime – 1/2

To be relegated to League Two under Sherwood – 4/6

Swindon to win promotion from League One under Sherwood – 7/2

To beat Aston Villa anytime under Sherwood – 6/1

To reach any Cup final under Sherwood (EFL Trophy/League Cup/FA Cup) – 7/1

To play in the Premier League under Sherwood – 20/1

To win any major trophy under Sherwood (League Cup/FA Cup/PL) – 50/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.