Since taking over from Andre Villas-Boas in December, Tim Sherwood's time as Tottenham Hotspur manager has been eventful to say the least.
Formerly the club's technical coordinator, Sherwood has divided opinion among Tottenham fans and outside observers.
The North London club remain in contention to fulfill their chief season objective of finishing in the Premier League's top four.
Coming under so much scrutiny, an uninformed onlooker could be forgiven for thinking the 45-year-old is completely fluffing his job. In reality, he has done some things rather well.
As a point of comparison, the following article looks at the things Sherwood has done better than his predecessor Villas-Boas.
To be honest, based on Spurs' results since then, you could argue there not being a lot of difference between the two quality-wise. Essentially, this is an excuse to look at the qualities of a coach who is having a tough time of it (depending on your viewpoint, fairly or unfairly).
Amongst the more genuinely viewed ones (on this writer's part at least), a few light-hearted improvements instigated by Sherwood are also reflected upon.