Tim Sherwood was appointed manager of Aston Villa on 14th February 2015 and left the club on 25th October 2015.
Sherwood previously managed Tottenham Hotspur.
Prior to the appointment he served as Head of Football Development at Spurs. The first team coaching set-up at White Hart Lane at the time included Les Ferdinand, Chris Ramsey and Steffen Freund.
Sherwood joined Tottenham as a player in 1999 from Blackburn, where he won the Premier League title in 1995. He also won 3 England caps.
He left Spurs in 2003 and moved to Portsmouth but returned as part of the club's coaching staff in 2008 under Harry Redknapp.
During his time in charge of the club, Sherwood had a top-flight win percentage of 59%, which is the best of any Tottenham boss in Premier League history, and their sixth place finish ensured qualification for the Europa League.