In the midst of Fabio Paratici’s ban, Tottenham is being regarded as a joke, while ex-manager Tim Sherwood advises them to take a hint from Arsenal.

Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has criticized the club, saying that it is becoming a laughing stock due to the recent sacking of Antonio Conte and the worldwide ban imposed on director of football Fabio Paratici. Despite being in fourth place, Spurs have been eliminated from all cup competitions and face stiff competition from Newcastle, Liverpool, and Brighton for the Champions League spot. Sherwood believes that the club’s recruitment has been poor, both for managers and players, and that they need to start winning trophies or producing top-class players. He adds that Tottenham fans want to be entertained with a certain style of play, and they are envious of Arsenal’s young talent and successful recruitment. The content emphasizes the need for the club to address its recruitment strategy and improve its performance to avoid becoming a joke.

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