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The return of Harry Redknapp? Please don't do it, Bournemouth

I watched Bournemouth’s pre-season visit to the mighty Yeovil Town yesterday, and a fun evening was had by all.

Yeovil are trying to avoid a third consecutive relegation, but look no closer to figuring out how to score goals than they were in the previous two seasons. 366 more words

Harry Redknapp in Oxford

One of the wonderful things about being a photographer is you sometimes get the opportunity to meet a hero, as a Tottenham supporter of more than 50 years the chance to meet the second greatest manager Spurs ever had was a great opportunity. 101 more words

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Adel Taarabt blasts QPR, calls Harry Redknapp a "very bad manager"

You may have thought it was over, but the feud between Adel Taarabt and Harry Redknapp is still going strong.

The two made headlines when Redknapp was managing Queens Park Rangers earlier in the year and called out Taarabt for being “three stone overweight,” and publicly spoke out about the midfielder’s wages. 308 more words

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Why Does England Keep Losing?

England U-21 coach Gareth Southgate has more than a passing familiarity with the agony of tournament soccer: In 1996, Southgate’s shoot-out miss eliminated England from the first European Championship played on English soil. 759 more words

Harry Redknapp is back in management... as England manager!

Harry Rednapp has made a sensational return to sporting world as the brand new England manager… of bowls, that is.

Remember when we all thought the FA were going to do the right thing and snap up ‘Arry from Spurs to replace Fabio Capello as England manager? 152 more words


VIDEO : Harry Redknapp returns as England Bowls Manager

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for as Harry Redknapp made his long awaited international managerial debut today, but not necessarily in a role we would have expected. 635 more words


Team Focus - Tottenham: Have They Gone Backwards In Recent Years?

The Lillywhites. The original North London team. Tottenham Hotspur are etched into English footballing history for many reasons, such as being the first and only non-league team to have ever won the FA Cup in 1901 or being the first club to win the league and FA Cup double in 1961. 848 more words