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Chelsea can punish 'physically and mentally weak' Arsenal, says former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp believes Chelsea can beat Arsenal on Saturday because Antonio Conte’s side are ‘mentally and physically’ stronger than the Gunners.

Arsene Wenger’s side have beaten the Blues just once in the last 11 meetings and even that victory came in a Community Shield win in 2015. 293 more words


Tottenham moving to Wembley for the Champions League is a ‘huge disadvantage’, says Harry Redknapp

Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp claims playing their Champions League games at Wembley will put Spurs at a ‘huge disadvantage’.

The FA reached an agreement to host the club’s group stage fixtures this season while Spurs begin building their new stadium, before moving to Wembley for all competitions in 2017/18. 306 more words


Harry Redknapp Become New England Manager - sceleb.com

An in depth pal and advisor to Harry Redknapp has claimed that the previous Spurs and QPR boss can be desirous about taking up the England nationwide group, claiming that the sixty nine-12 months-previous can be the ‘overwhelming’ public option to take over from Roy Hodgson. 11 more words

Garrard: Yakubu open to options

Yakubu (centre) lines up for Boreham Wood against Reading. Picture: Tom Bodell

By Tom Bodell

Boreham Wood manager Luke Garrard says former Everton and Portsmouth striker Yakubu is “open to options” after discussing the potential of a deal with the club. 338 more words

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Six of the Best - Men who might have managed England

With the search currently on for the next England manager, we recall six men who previously emerged as serious contenders for the role – but they would not become the boss… 1,426 more words


Report: Sam Allardyce in talks with England; Redknapp interested

Managerless since their shock EURO 2016 exit at the hands of Iceland, the English national team is beginning to sift through contenders for the Three Lions job. 355 more words


Harry Redknapp 'would be interested' in talks over England job, says Peter Storrie

Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp would still be interested in taking the England manager’s job, according to his friend and advisor Peter Storrie.

The 69-year-old has had a long and distinguished career in the game, working with a number of Premier League clubs and enjoying particular success during his time with Spurs and Portsmouth. 268 more words