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Sherwood

Robert Emmet. 1896--1955, US dramatist. His plays include The Petrified Forest (1935), Idiot's Delight (1936), and There shall be no Night (1940)
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Speaking earlier yesterday, he said: "The conditions at the search area remain treacherous, and while we understand that people want to assist in helping to find Mr Sherwood, we would strongly advise the public to stay clear of the area.
Sherwood was dismissed ten games into the season with Villa in the Premier League relegation zone and four points adrift of safety.
Only 10 league matches into a season and, as a glaze of quiet anguish flushed his face, you suspect Sherwood - for all his instinctive defiance - is expecting the call.
Clearly one point from seven games since the opening day of the season is a worry but it's a poor reflection on the people who appointed Sherwood if Villa press the panic button.
The 24-year-old hit out at Villa boss Sherwood for taking too much credit for his revival and also for claiming his style would not suit Liverpool.
Sherwood became the 12th Premier League manager to lose his job since the start of the season and said he was disappointed to be sacked.
Sherwood was lined up for a managerial debut at Rovers when Shebby Singh was global adviser.
Sherwood kept a watchful over Townsend's impressive development during his time with the youth squads, but the Spurs boss has been unable to call upon the winger since he was named head coach.
Sherwood had three previous convictions for assaults and another for arming himself with a hammer in a similar fracas, Teesside Crown Court was told.
Since moving up to 5A three years ago, the Spartans are 34-1 against all opponents other than Sherwood but 0-3 against the Bowmen and their wing-T rushing attack.
When police raided Sherwood's Bindoon home, about 85 kilometres north-east of Perth, on September 22 last year they uncovered a sophisticated hydroponic set-up which was built by Sherwood.
Dow Sherwood opened his first Village Inn restaurant in South Tampa in 1961.