KICKTV's weekend rewind: Volleys, chips, fan takes Sherwood's hotseat at Tottenham | SIDELINE

"You think you can do my job better than me? Alright, come on down, go ahead."

That's basically what Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood said to a fan at White Hart Lane on Sunday, the final day of the 2013-14 English Premier League season. Sherwood, much maligned and controversial, could have been coaching his final game at Spurs and gave up his seat on the team bench to one defiant fan.

Also, volleyed and chipped goals abound. It's KICKTV's weekend rewind, bringing you everything you must see from the soccer weekend.

1. Best way to start a game: Chip the 'keeper after 15 seconds. Javi Morales, everyone.

2. Carlos Peña with a great finish for Club León in Liga MX.

3. How to Volley, the new book by Aaron Ramsey.

4. Sneaky, sneaky Robbie Keane.

5. Tim Sherwood brings loud fan down from stands, puts him in charge. We love it.


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