Champions League & Harry Redknapp

The Champions League Twenty20, also referred to as the CLT20, is an annual international Twenty20 cricket competition played between the top domestic teams from major cricketing nations. Henry James Harry Redknapp (born 2 March 1947) is a former English footballer who has enjoyed a long career in football management starting in 1983 with Bournemouth. 5.0/5

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Well, Harry Redknapp's taken a club to the Champions League quarter finals more recently than Arsene Wenger...
Queens Park Rangers start life without Harry Redknapp as they host Champions League chasing Southam…
London: Alexis Sanchez helped maintain 10-man Arsenal`s Champions League push as his man-of-the-match display condemned Queens Park Rangers to a 2-1 Premier League defeat on Friday. The Chilean forward went from zero to hero after squandering an early penalty and then putting Arsenal ahead with a 37th-minute header. Arsenal striker Oliver Giroud was sent off for violent conduct before Sanchez`s mazy run carved out a second goal for Tomas Rosicky. Charlie Austin`s late penalty had nerves jangling at the Emirates Stadium, but it was too little, too late for QPR, who fell to a record-equalling ninth straight away defeat. In a bid to end his side`s woes away from Loftus Road, QPR manager Harry Redknapp recalled Rio Ferdinand for the first time since October and he formed part of a new three-man defensive set-up. But those carefully-laid plans should have been ...
TUESDAY'S TRANSFER GOSSIP COLUMN Arsenal are weighing up £16m move for Newcastle United's 25-year-old midfielder Moussa Sissoko in the January transfer window. West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino has set his sights on a January move away from The Hawthorns, with Liverpool and Tottenham set to go head-to-head for the 21-year-old's signature. Manchester United could lose several of its top youngsters in 2015. James Wilson, Tyler Blackett, Paddy McNair, Jesse Lingard, and Andreas Perreira are all out of contract at the end of the season and are free to sign a pre-contract from Jan. 1. Crystal Palace are lining up a double swoop for Swansea forward Bafetimbi Gomis, 29, and Lille's 23-year-old defender Pape Souare. Porto striker Jackson Martinez has decided to stay at the club for the rest of the season. The Colombian has been targeted by Spurs and Liverpool but wants to stay after Porto qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League. QPR boss Harry Redknapp is ready to offer Ravel Morrison ...
Rodgers joint favourite for the sack At the start of the season, no one would dare to bet on Brendan Rodgers becoming the EPL first manager to be fired. ||| London - You would have been hard pressed at the start of the season to find anyone to bet on Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers becoming the first Premier League manager to get the sack, but he is now the bookies' joint favourite. After last season's runners-up spot, a terrible start to this season has left the Reds without a win in five games, 12th in the table, flirting with an early Champions League exit and Rodgers as low as 4/1 with one bookmaker to get the sack. That makes him joint favourite with Harry Redknapp at bottom club Queens Park Rangers and struggling Aston Villa's Paul Lambert. Rodgers is taking the lion's share of the criticism for Liverpool's poor start, with serious questions being asked about his record in the transfer market, his failure to replace Luis Suarez or sign adequate back-up for the injured Daniel Sturridge. With goals in sho ...
Tuesday 21 October top football news Fernandinho believes the closed-door Champions League clash with CSKA Moscow will provide a tricky obstacle for Manchester City. Jamie Carragher says Liverpool must leave out Mario Balotelli to have the best chance of beating Real Madrid. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists his side cannot become too focused on stopping Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League this week. Manchester United produced their best performance of the season in a 2-2 draw against West Brom at The Hawthorns, according to manager Louis van Gaal. Qatar World Cup games could finish as late as 3:30am under one proposal made by a senior football official. QPR forward Adel Taarabt has hit back at manager Harry Redknapp over claims that he is overweight and unfit to play."My job is to create, bring goals to the team. Maybe he expects me to make more tackles. I am not this type of player. I can only get fitness playing Premier League. You can train six or seven hours, but you won't be fit." Swanse ...
SATURDAY'S PAPER TALKS THE SUN Louis van Gaal wants to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Manchester United. Alan Pardew today steps into a cauldron of hate at St James' Park, declaring: "I'm not scared". Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes Manchester City should have been stripped of the Premier League title or banned from the Champions League for breaching Financial Fair-Play rules last season. Steve Bruce has revealed he is ready to give an "aye" to the Tigers even if Alan Pardew gets the bullet at Newcastle. Hatem Ben Arfa has revealed just how desperate he was to get away from Alan Pardew. Fulham are picking up the pieces in the wake of Felix Magath's 'blinking mad' regime. Manuel Pellegrini has urged Manchester City supporters to lay off Yaya Toure - as he is still getting over the death of his brother Ibrahim this summer. Harry Redknapp has blamed Mark Hughes for the broken squad he inherited at QPR. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to gamble on Diego Costa's fitness against Manchester City tomorro ...
White Hart Lane as they thrashed Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at White Hart Lane with Nacer Chadli (2), Eric Dier and Emmanuel Adebayor getting on the scoresheet. The arrival of new boss Mauricio Pochettino meant the Spurs faithful expected more up tempo performances from their heroes and they delivered a sensational showing against the Super Hoops, managed by the returning Harry Redknapp. The last time Redknapp was at White Hart Lane he came agonisingly close to getting Spurs back into the Champions League but it looks like he could be facing another relegation battle this season as the west London side struggled badly. Tottenhanm started with purpose and, after forcing an error from the QPR defence, Erik Lamela saw his low drive deflected wide of Rob Green’s goal. Spurs looked composed with the ball and with 12 minutes on the clock Nabil Bentaleb slipped the ball through to Adebayor. After bursting forward his floated cross dropped onto the chest of Chadli and he calmly flicked the ball into the back of th ...
PREVIEW Tottenham v QPR; Premier League | White Hart Lane | Sun 24 Aug | 1:30pm Billed as Harry’s back! Ah man, this is awkward... SPURS FORM AEL 1-2 Spurs (EL) West Ham 0-1 Spurs (Prem) Spurs 2-1 Schalke (F) Celtic 1-6 Spurs (F) Chicago Fire 0-2 Spurs (F) QPR FORM QPR 0-1 Hull (Prem) QPR 0-1 PAOK (F) Athlone 0-2 QPR (F) Shamrock 0-4 QPR (F) Southend 0-0 QPR (F) The lowdown When Harry Redknapp trudges out of the White Hart Lane tunnel on Sunday for the first time since leaving Tottenham two years ago, he may well wonder where it all went wrong. The last six months of the 67-year-old’s Spurs tenure were thoroughly miserable; he was helpless to avoid the North Londoners blowing effectively a 16-point lead over Arsenal to miss out on Champions League football, after being acquitted of fraud and missing out on the England job he craved so badly (“I was relieved I didn’t get offered it,” he later claimed. “I love club football – I’d miss it”). Since then it’s been all downhill; his desperat ...
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand will have a medical with Queens Park Rangers on Thursday, according to Sky sources. The 35-year-old held talks with Rangers boss Harry Redknapp earlier this week following his return from Brazil where he had been working as a television pundit on the World Cup. Ferdinand, who won six league titles, two League Cups, one Champions League and a Club World Cup with United, has been looking for a club since the end of last season.
Tottenham are ready to pay the £9 million buyout clause to sign Loic Remy from QPR but the striker is holding out for the possibility of a move to Arsenal after the World Cup. Spurs want to sign Remy to strengthen the attacking options for new manager Mauricio Pochettino and extensive talks have taken place over a deal to bring the 27-year-old to White Hart Lane. Tottenham are long-term admirers of Remy and are confident of signing him on a four-year contract after the World Cup in Brazil, where he is part of the 23-man France squad. They tried a number of times to sign Remy under Harry Redknapp and the versatile forward is highly rated by scout Ian Broomfield, who returned to Spurs earlier this year from QPR. Remy wants to play for a club in the Champions League next season but has been impressed by Tottenham’s ambition and considers the North Londoners a leading Premier League club. But while he is open to a move to Tottenham, Remy would prefer to wait to establish the extent of the interest from the ...
(Deb) Harry Redknapp's promotion with QPR is incredible... any fans not giving him credit are strange and their dislike is personal By ADRIAN DURHAM, MAIL ONLINE . It’s about time we all started giving Harry Redknapp the credit he truly deserves. His reputation remains well and truly intact as one of the best managers England has never had. Let’s not underestimate the job he has done at Queens Park Rangers. A bunch of high-earning, under-performing players - a squad rotten to the core - has been shaken up and transformed into Wembley winners in a short space of time. It reminds me of the incredible job Redknapp did at Spurs – taking them from the relegation zone to the quarter-finals of the Champions League in a flash. When he took over, Ryan Nelsen - a senior player Redknapp considered the best at the club - came to him saying he was leaving, and telling the boss he had ‘no chance’ with the QPR squad because it was ‘the worst dressing room’ he had ever witnessed. Eighteen months ago QPR had ...
Sunday morning sports wrap Real Madrid has clinched its 10th Champions League crown with a 4-1 final win over Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid snatched a stoppage-time equaliser before extra-time goals by Gareth Bale, Marcelo and a Cristiano Ronaldo penalty gave them a 4-1 win. Read ABC Grandstand report here 10-man QPR has beaten Derby County 1-0 to put the team and manager Harry Redknapp back in the Premier League. The Brisbane Broncos held off the Wests Tigers to record a hard-fought 16-14 win at Campbelltown. The Warriors kept the Gold Coast Titans scoreless in the second half as they recorded a 24-16 win at Robina. Port Adelaide reinforced its AFL premiership credentials with a 14-point win over reigning premiers Hawthorn. Collingwood prevailed by eight points over West Coast in a tight contest at the MCG. Jack Riewoldt has kicked 11 goals in Richmond's 113-point thrashing of the GWS Giants at Homebush. The Western Force kept their play-offs hopes alive with a gritty 29-19 win over the Lions in Perth. Th ...
A Long One but worth a read !! Silver Linnings !! What a strange season it has been, but it surely has proved that us fans have raised their expectations a lot !! If we win our last game we would finish on 69 points and above Manchester Utd. Just 3 points off our record points total in Premier League. On level points when we finished 4th last term under Harry. Just 1 point less than our one of the most memorable and most of your's messiah Harry Redknapp's best ever season when we finished 4th and qualified for Champions League. And we achieved all this despite bringing in 7 new players who never played in Premier League before and sacking our manager in middle of season and appointing a guy who never managed even a championship club before. Just imagine if a guy like Sherwood can have best winning % with this squad a real quality manager can do wonders with it and all our signings would hopefully be settled by then. Future is indeed bright and its Lily-white. ~US
Loic Remy: Open to offers this summer Loic Remy has reaffirmed his desire to join a big team playing in Europe this summer, as his time at Newcastle appears to be coming to an end. Remy has impressed whilst on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers, but Newcastle's chances of keeping him appear slim. Arsenal and Tottenham have been strongly linked, whilst over the weekend Spanish giants Atletico Madrid were reported to have joined the battle for the 27-year-old - who is understood to have a release clause of just £10million. "Clubs are discussing with my agent, I'm open for everything," he is quoted by The Sun. "I want to join a great European club, to play at the highest level. "Regarding my future, everything is possible, even going back to France. "I've played for great clubs in France, like Lyon and Marseille." QPR boss Harry Redknapp said they were not expecting Remy to be back at Loftus Road - even if they are promoted back to the Premier League "Remy wants to play Champions League football ne ...
Justin Edinburgh believes Tottenham’s current woes can be traced back to Harry Redknapp’s sacking. The former Spurs chief was removed from his post, after failing to agree terms on a new deal, back in June 2012. The North London side finished in the top four that season but saw Chelsea claim the last Champions League spot, following a dramatic victory against Bayern Munich in the final of the competition. The White Hart Lane side have not qualified for Europe's premier competition since and current boss Tim Sherwood is reportedly set to leave this summer, following a number of poor results against the Premier League's big boys. And, with the club currently langusing in sixth place in the table, former defender Edinburgh claims Tottenham's current malaise is down to Redknapp’s departure. “Tottenham always seem to press the self destruct button,” he told Extra Time. “Why on earth did Tottenham get rid of Harry [Redknapp]? “We had the best squad I’d seen at Tottenham for 20-odd years. Everyon ...
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Ok.. where to start... Sky Sport Headlines... Tottenham to replace Tim Sherwood in the summer.. *** .. keep the manager get rid of Daniel Levy and Franco Baldini the director of football, they don't work,, When Harry Redknapp was in charge he picked the players who he wanted to buy and play, we got into the Champions League were playing exciting football, we had an English manager who didn't need an interpreter to talk to the players, Now they want rid of Sherwood this is wrong... Who will we get?? another foreign manager who will be given the players the director of football buys, who can't speak English, who will do no good, who Daniel Levy will sack after a couple of seasons... The money we got for Bale was wasted by Franco Baldini on 6 players who are mediocre and one half decent player Christian Eriksen.. Keep Sherwood.. Out Franco Baldini.. let the manager chose the players he wants in His team. And Daniel Levy stop acting like a spoilt little brat and throwing your toys out of your pram... it's ...
He has to go. In fact, if he loses against Wigan, he might decide to leave. Really though, the FA Cup isn’t sugar coating anything. The reality here is that Arsene has taken us from top of the league in February to fighting for our lives for Champions League football. Harry Redknapp was sacked for less. Where is the quality control here? Who is going to say, ‘Arsene, enough is enough’…
Alternative shortlist: Three managers QPR should pick ahead of Gianfranco Zola Tony Fernandes may be a big fan, but the Italian lacks the credentials of our promotion-happy trio. Harry Redknapp may leave Loftus Road this summer whether he achieves promotion or not, outlining Gianfranco Zola as a replacement who boasts owner Tony Fernandes’ seal of approval. The Telegraph understands that the Malaysian maestro is appreciative of the former Chelsea star’s brand of football, as well as his track record for forming a team on a budget. However, the 2012/13 season at Watford (in which they narrowly missed out on automatic promotion before succumbing in the play-off final) represents a solitary peak on his resume to date. Roberto Di Matteo Somewhat harshly removed from his position at Stamford Bridge last term, Zola’s former Chelsea mucker is a Champions League winning boss, although his time at West Brom may be of more interest to Fernandes. Having taken over the yo-yoing Baggies post-relegation, Di Matte ...
Levy likes to invest. Intriguing news has filtered out of North London over the past 24 hours – suggesting Tottenham chairman has trumped Arsenal in enticing highly-rated scout Ian Broomfield back to Spurs from under the noses of Arsenal. Reports at the beginning of the month suggested Broomfield had handed in his notice at QPR, where he has been a long-term ally of Harry Redknapp, to join the scouting team at Arsenal. Broomfield is widely quoted on the world wide web: “The opportunity to work for Arsene Wenger at one of Europe’s top clubs, like Arsenal, was too good to turn down. I appreciated my time at QPR with Harry, but this is an exciting challenge which I’m looking forward to.” But, it appears Broomfield will instead return to Spurs where he worked with Redknapp and has been credited with finding the likes of Sandro, Jan Vertonghen and Hugo Lloris. The Sunday Express report today that “Broomfield had been allocated a ticket for Arsenal’s Champions League tie at Bayern Munich this Wedn ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Harry Redknapp is adamant his job at QPR is not under threat and remains confident the club will win promotion to the Premier League this season. Manchester Evening News David Moyes and his squad trained in Manchester on Monday morning ahead of their Champions League clash in Greece, with Phil Jones, Jonny Evans and Nani absent. Nemanja Vidic believes he can go out in a blaze of glory in Lisbon on May 24 in the Champions League final. Joleon Lescott has claimed he turned down a January departure from Manchester City in order to help guide the club to silverware. LIVERPOOL ECHO Lacina Traore will undergo further tests to learn the extent of his latest hamstring injury. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Loic Remy has revealed Newcastle United are still aiming for Europe. THE JOURNAL After watching Loic Remy score Newcastle United's first post-Yohan Cabaye goal, Alan Pardew has joked he may keep the striker hidden from potential suitors Gus Poyet admitted Lee Cattermole was left out of Sunderland's ...
QPR Boss Harry Redknapp Lets Bayern Munich Train at Loftus Road Ahead of Arsenal game. Former Tottenham Hotspur and current Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has hit a blow to former North London rivals Arsenal, by giving Bayern Munich permission to use Loftus Road for a training session ahead of their meeting with the Gunners in the Champions League knock-out stages. Redknapp had a strong rivalry with Arsenal during his time as Spurs boss, famously getting a 4-4 draw at the Emirates in stoppage time in what was one of his first games in charge. He has continued that rivalry, despite not even being in the same division as the Gunners, giving Pep Guardiola's men the opportunity to have a light training session on Wednesday morning, a few hours before the gigantic clash later on in the day.
Lovely touch by Harry Redknapp to allow Bayern Munich to train at QPR ahead of their Champions League match with Arsenal
Andre Villas-Boas is wanted by Turkish club Trabzonspor. Manchester United striker Robin van Persie wants a shock return to Arsenal. Real Madrid's injured midfielder Sami Khedira is a transfer target for Chelsea. New Fulham boss Felix Magath could not clear up the confusion surrounding the future of predecessor Rene Meulensteen. Fulham still insists Rene Meulensteen hasn't been sacked as Felix Magath starts new job. Roy Hodgson says Raheem Sterling, Wilfried Zaha and Adam Johnson are in with a chance of playing their way to Brazil. Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni is hoping for a shock World Cup call-up for Argentina. Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will offer a helping hand to Arsenal's Champions League opponents Bayern Munich next week by letting them training at QPR.
Formal Tottenham boss and current QPR Boss Harry Redknapp has agreed to offer a helping to Bayern Munich ahead of there Champions League against Arsenal next week.Sportmail believes that the European Champions will have a little train at the Loftus Road in the morning of there first leg against ***
" Christian is my idol , we can form a great tandem together " "There is much excitement here . 'll Go game by game and hopefully we can win the Champions League ," said Bale in Champions magazine Magazine.Bale has starred on the cover of Champions Magazine. The Welshman has given an interview to the magazine of the organization of the competition which has assessed the current situation in Madrid. Adaptation to Spain . " It's very different here than in the UK, but I enjoy talking Spanish is slow but sure , I just need to keep working hard lot of the players and technical staff members speak English, but I want to learn . speak the language. 'm taking longer than I thought , however , is a process and I'm willing to keep working. " Beatings with the outside of his left leg , "My right foot is not as good as I wanted, so I use the outside of my left foot if I am able to put the ball in the right place , no matter if I do it with . left or right "foot . His physical " . When I started playing in Southampto ...
Among the many revelations, some more bafflingly controversial than others, regarding the England manager’s role during the recent international break came one that raised eyebrows among Liverpool supporters. After all, had Harry Redknapp been handed the national team job ahead of Roy Hodgson, the immediate future of the Anfield outfit could have been very different. Brendan Rodgers confirmed this week he was approached in April 2012 by Redknapp to become his assistant in the event of the then-Tottenham Hotspur manager landing the big one. Of course, it never happened. Instead, with Redknapp ultimately destined for Queens Park Rangers, Rodgers was charged less than two months later with dragging Liverpool back into the Champions League. So far, so good for this season, with his side second only to Arsenal on goals scored in the embryonic Premier League table going into tomorrow afternoon’s clash at Newcastle United. Rodgers, though, has always maintained an interest in the bigger picture. And while ** ...
Harry Redknapp says watching Chelsea win the Champions League was one of the biggest mistakes of his life. Two words, Harol…
1. Stock quality goalkeeper to be a problem that has not been successfully resolved Arsenal. Although Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski featuring slick performance last season, the Gunners need a veteran goalie figure of rich experience in top flight football in order to finalize duo Polish goalkeeper. Julio Cesar has long linked with a transfer to Arsenal. Brazilian veteran goalkeeper almost certainly leave Queens Park Rangers in the transfer market after coach Harry Redknapp admits he is ready to put Robert Green as the team's primary goalkeeper. Although performance has declined, Cesar impressive in goal QPR regardless of season The Hoops deplorable. The fact that Cesar had grabbed five Serie A titles and a Champions League trophy with FC Internazionale goalkeeper made the 33-year veteran figure who can be relied upon by a young fleet of Arsenal. Arsenal also linked with Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet mainstay. However, at the age of 25 years, Mignolet can not be used as 'teacher' by Fabians ...
The correct answer was Portsmouth, Peter Crouch, Harry Redknapp and Tottenham Hotspur. Alex Fern got it correct. Third question now. Player A is a brilliant striker, who has played in clubs of 5 countries to date. He had netted 80 goals in 158 appearances in the Seria A and then left for a club in a new country, Club B, his transfer was the record transfer fee for that club, and another player moved to his former club which he left. This other player, Player C, was a two-time Champions League winner, scoring in both finals. His move to this new club was a success, and he won another Champions League. Meanwhile, Player A didn't have a great season and ultimately came back to the old league where he had 80 goals. Instead of joining his old club however, he joined their arch rivals, Club D and won a league title and a Golden Boot. He has since moved on. Identify A, B, C and D. -MZ
Tottenham Hotspur season review Final League position: 5th Points: 72 Goal Difference: +20 On the back of a season finishing 4th, and cruelly missing out on a Champions League place due to chelsea winning the 2011/12 trophy, tottenham parted ways with their manager Harry Redknapp, after him ultimately turning their fortunes around from previous managers. They turned to the young manager who was sacked months earlier by Chelsea, Luís André de Pina Cabral e Villas-Boas, a manager with a good pedigree, working under Jose Mourinho at Porto, but wasn't taken in by the older players in the chelsea structure. With this brought optimism, and spurs made some great signings in the transfer market to push on, such as Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele, keeper Hugo Lloris and Clint Dempsey, all making a significant impact on the team. After a poor start with a loss at Newcastle United, Spurs went on to be undefeated in their next 6 games, picking up wins at Reading, QPR, Villa and Manchester United. Then they hit their ...
Tonight's football 2012/13 Last-16 First Leg. Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan (Kick-off 8.05pm). coverage of the last-16 first-leg match at White Hart Lane, as Spurs host the Italians for the second time in three seasons. Spurs fans will remember the previous meeting with much fondness, as they saw their side claim a 3-1 victory in the Champions League group stage courtesy of goals from Rafael van der Vaart, Peter Crouch and Roman Pavlyuchenko in November 2010. Such is the way of the modern game that none of those players remain at the club, nor is former manager Harry Redknapp who was in charge of the team that night, but current head coach Andre Villas-Boas can call upon the likes of Gareth Bale, Lewis Holtby and Mousa Dembele, whose late goal away to Lyon in the previous round secured their progress. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley
Former Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli insists Gareth Bale should stay at Spurs Damien Comolli, the former director of football at Tottenham, identified Bale as a major target for Tottenham when he was an emerging talent at St Mary’s, and urged chairman Daniel Levy to secure his signature. Despite a rocky period in which manager Harry Redknapp was unconvinced of Bale’s ability to withstand the challenge of the Premier League, Bale has flourished and become one of the most coveted players in world football. Former Real Madrid president Ramón Calderón predicted that Real Madrid would move for the forward in the summer, but Comolli said Bale should continue his development at Tottenham, providing they reach the Champions League. “He is in an ideal place as long as Tottenham reach the Champions League,” the Frenchman told Telegraph Sport. “At the moment he is carrying Spurs towards the Champions League, but he has all the time in the world to move on if he wants to at some stage. He ...
Sir Alex Ferguson insists he will take the trip to QPR just as seriously as the Champions League ties with Real Madrid. The manager locks horns with old adversary Harry Redknapp again at Loftus Road with the West Londoners battling to avoid relegation. United can stretch the lead at the Barclays Premier League to 15 points with Manchester City not in action until Sunday and the challenge is there for the Reds to maintain the title push and erase the memories of last season's final-day agony. "With Harry's experience and his ability to judge players, he will have a better chance that most in that situation [battling to avoid relegation]," Sir Alex stated at his pre-match press conference. "We're going down there to win, though. That's what our job is. There is an absolutely brilliant spirit in the place at the moment and a good determination about us. We have to treat these games as we would Real Madrid or anyone else. It has to be won. We want to win. "We have a problem picking teams at the moment but tha ...
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips : - Liverpool were tonight caught up in the match-fixing probe which has shocked football. It was claimed the Reds' Champions League win over Debrecen in 2009 was the game identified by European police. - Arsenal misfit Andre Santos turned down a move to Galatasaray - but the Turkish giants are likely come back in the summer. - QPR striker Loic Remy is out for two months – leaving boss Harry Redknapp fuming at the club’s failure to sign Peter Odemwingie. - Demba Ba has been told he has sacrificed playing in front of a big atmosphere by moving to Chelsea. - Hugo Lloris has warned Spurs they need Champions League football if they want to hold on to their best players. - Manchester City could enter the fray to sign Real Madrid’s coveted young defender Raphael Varane. - Manchester United are set to miss out on top transfer target Robert Lewandowski, following reports the Borussia Dortmund star has agreed a deal to join Bayern Munich. - Manchester United goalkeeper Davi ...
Signs of classic Arsenal in demolition For now, reports of Arsenal's demise can be considered exaggerated. Arsene Wenger's pedigree as a manager ought to negate the urge to suggest that his project is finally at its end even if recent signs have been damning. The post-mortems are on hold for now. History should have provided caution against premature obituaries. A year ago, a Harry Redknapp-led Tottenham were streets ahead, finally able to assume primacy in North London. By the end of the season, Wenger was being acclaimed for powers of recovery and an unbending faith in his players. Spurs still finished in the top four, but they and their manager fell through the booby trap of Chelsea winning the Champions League. Chelsea are again a fly in the North London ointment, a known unknown led by an unpopular manager; Everton a fresh arrival on the scene, who may yet be sunk by an inability to turn draws into wins. After a gleeful destruction of West Ham, Arsenal are back breathing down the necks of fellow cont ...
Evening Papers Talk Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp wants to sign Tottenham's William Gallas to strengthen his struggling defence - EVENING STANDARD West Ham have checked on the availability of former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson - EVENING STANDARD DJ Campbell plans to sit down with QPR boss Harry Redknapp in the next fortnight to thrash out his future - FULHAM CHRONICLE Martin Jol looks ready to give Fulham frontman Marcello Trotta the green light to extend his loan spell at Brentford - FULHAM CHRONICLE Marouane Fellaini does have a buy-out clause in the lucrative contract he signed at Goodison in 2011 - but Everton hope they can satisfy the Belgian's Champions League ambitions on Merseyside - LIVERPOOL ECHO Steven Gerrard believes the return to action of Lucas Leiva has helped him get back to his rampaging best for Liverpool - LIVERPOOL ECHO Newcastle United are still planning to bring in a centre-back and a striker during the January transfer window - NEWCASTLE EVENING CHRONICLE Nigeria wil ...
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp says only "a real dope" would fail as manager of west London rivals Chelsea. Ahead of Wednesday's game between the sides he said: "You'd have to be a real dope to mess it up with [the likes of] Eden Hazard, Juan Mata, Frank Lampard. "He [Rafael Benitez] has walked into a squad of players there who are Champions League winners - you've got a chance, haven't you?" QPR are bottom of the Premier League, while Chelsea are fourth. Former Liverpool manager Benitez took charge of the European Champions in November after Roberto Di Matteo was sacked. Since he took over, Chelsea have lost only one league game, a 3-1 setback at West Ham United on 1 December, and have won their last four. "He's a clever guy," said Redknapp of Benitez. "Even in the West Ham game that they lost, they could have been out of sight at half-time." QPR start 2013 eight points from safety with 18 games remaining.
Definig moments of 2012 [viaGoal.com] 1) Zambia win the Africa Cup of Nations in Libreville. 2) Harry Redknapp acquitted as Fabio flees England. 3) The miracle of Fabrice Muamba. 4) The blockbusting finale to the Premier League. 5) Chelsea win the Champions League in Bayern's back garden. 6) La Roja, Euro 2012 and the making of history. 7) The decline and fall of Queens Park Rangers. 8) Terry vs Anton Ferdinand. 9) The transfers that shook the Premier League. 10) Managerial merry-go-round at Chelsea. 11) Olympic football was surprisingly fun. 12) Falcao becomes everybody's No.1 target. 13) 91 reasons to love Leo Messi. . ♦CHRIS♦
Arsenal and Liverpool transfer target Demba Ba has turned down the offer of an £80,000-a-week contract – from Premier League strugglers QPR. The Newcastle United star’s future has been the subject of intense speculation in the lead up to the Janaury transfer window, with both Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers being creditied with an interest in him, but the Daily Mail claims Harry Redknapp tried to lure him to Loftus Road with a lucrative offer.Ba turned it down, however, and the offer of Champions League football at the Gunners could be a bigger draw for the 27-year-old. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew recently admitted the Senegal international could easily leave in the winter window as a £7.5million release clause in his contract appears to be a bargain price for a player who has a proven goalscoring track record. Arsenal have struggled to score freely so far this season and Ba could provide them with some extra firepower as they look to get their season back on track after a troublesome start. Meanwh ...
Keep an eye on how Harry Redknapp and Champions League/two-time La Liga winner Rafa Benitez are treated this week.
Premier League News & Transfer Gossips - - QPR is delighted to confirm the appointment of Harry Redknapp as the club’s new manager on a two-and-a-half year deal. -Rafael Benitez has revealed he expects Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole to leave Chelsea in the summer. -Harry Redknapp: 'I can’t wait to get to work and get the results necessary to kick-start our season.' -Harry Redknapp will hit a jackpot of more than £1million if QPR manages to stay up. -Yaya Toure, Didier Drogba, Andre Ayew, Demba Ba and Alex Song named on five-man short-list for African Footballer of the Year award. -Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud has attracted significant praise from manager Arsene Wenger after a string of consistent performances. -Atletico Madrid striker and Chelsea target Radamel Falcao believes his football career will not be complete until he is part of a Champions League winning team -Jack Wilshere says he is studying Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard in order to boost his goal return from the Arsenal midfield. -New ...
I am just drifting out of a juve-induced coma suffered on a grey Tuesday night at the Stadio Delle Alpi in Torin, only to be fed with the bitter tonic. Roman Abramovich, Chelsea FC's larger-than-life bankroller hires erstwhile Blues bogey-man Rafael 'Rafa' Benitez to the coveted top job of Chelsea Manager. I grimaced, and then gaped in awe dismay, and then became even more angered at the thought of replacing a manager who won the UEFA Champions League by fluke with another who achieved similar feat much earlier in 2005. I hate to say this but 'blue-blood' which depicts royalty does not mix with 'mud-blood.' I know our team was far from perfect but we were a working case in progress. With recent flair and skills coupled with dribbling prowess I felt a level headed manager could have done a decent job. Maybe a Harry Redknapp could have done the trick but definitely not a spent force Rafa Benitez. He has passed his hypnotic prime. Five years ago, his bellicose ego got a better part of him when out of complac ...
. But after suffering a similar fate to the Italian,Villas-Boas revealed how the Chelsea managerial job has become such a poisoned chalice. "At Chelsea I think another sacking is just like any other day at the office, that's my interpretation," the Spurs boss told Sky Sports . "Roberto has achieved so much in such a littleamount of time. His CV is maybe one of the best in the world now - he has won the Champions League and the FA Cup too." Di Matteo has been replaced by Former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez on an interim basis, as Abramovich searches for a permanent replacement. The Spaniard is the ninth manager in Abramovich's tenure, with Pep Guardiola and even Harry Redknapp thought to be among the favourites for the job. Villas-Boas endured a torrid time at Stamford Bridge and parted company with the Blues following a league defeat against West Bromwich Albion, but has settled into life wellat White Hart Lane. He added: "It was difficult for Robbie and I wish him well for the rest of his career. "Regar ...
(continued) The ramifications of that loss continue to rumble on, however, with the club alleging referee Mark Clattenburg using inappropriate language towards John Obi Mikel, with the Football Association forced to investigate. NOVEMBER 2012 And so to November and the final days of Di Matteo's reign. A 3-2 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk was the Italian's sole victory in the month with disappointing draws against Swansea and Liverpool sowing seeds of discontent. A defeat at West Brom last time out was not the way Di Matteo would have wanted his side to prepare for their trip to Turin and so it proved with the Blues beaten 3-0 defeat in Juventus. That loss made it two defeats out of two, left the club's Champions League hopes hanging by a thread, and most importantly proved to be the final straw for Abramovich. With Di Matteo now gone, the early favourites to replace the Italian are Rafael Benitez and Harry Redknapp as, for now, the saga continues. Best of Luck 2 chelsea in all dia future endeavours
Claudio Ranieri, Jose Mourinho, Avram Grant, Luiz Felipe Scolari, Guus Hiddink, Carlo Ancelotti, Andre Vilas Boas and now Roberto DiMatteo. 4 Champions League winning managers. 2 UEFA Cup winning managers. 1 World Cup winning manager. 1 Champions League runner-up. Countless other titles between them. Roman Abramovich, you are a joke sir. You have just said that winning the FA Cup and Champions League within months of appointment is not good enough credit in the event of half a dozen poor games. Pep Guardiola, steer clear of the Bridge. It's a graveyard for managers. Harry Redknapp, it's the job you were born for. Wheeling and dealing; buying and selling on a scale you could only hitherto dream about, and talking *** on Sky Sports News from your car window on Transfer deadline day. Go on Roman, you and 'Arry.you know you want to!
Had the infamous incident of October 23, 2011 never happened, it's interesting to try to work out how things would have panned out. To begin with, Fabio Capello may still be in the England job, Villas-Boas may still be in the Chelsea job and, as a result, Harry Redknapp may still be in the Spurs job as well as in the Champions League..lolx
Eden Hazard came close to joining Tottenham before their failure to qualify for Champions League put him off & he switched to CHELSEA instead. The Belgium international reveals that ex-Spurs boss Harry Redknapp wanted him to replace Luka Modric at White Hart Lane.
Redknapp taking time over next move 12 September 2012 Harry Redknapp says he will wait for the right offer to come his way before he makes a return to management. Redknapp was dismissed by Tottenham Hotspur in June and replaced by former Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas. North London club Spurs spent the majority of last season as possible title contenders but a sharp drop in form, coinciding with speculation linking Redknapp with the vacant England job, saw the English Premier League outfit finish fourth. They were then denied a Champions League spot due to Chelsea's win in Munich. "It depends what comes up, it would have to be something I really fancy for me to do it," Redknapp told Sky Sports. "If I am going to do it, I will put myself into it 100 per cent and give everything I've got to it. "We will wait and see what comes up." Earlier this month Redknapp was appointed in an advisory capacity with League One side Bournemouth, where he began his managerial career in earnest.
Football:Harry Redknapp is seeking a return to top-level management in England having started the Premier League season without a club. The 65-year-old was sacked by Tottenham in June after four years at White Hart Lane and says he could not see himself dropping down a level. "When you've been working with top players it's very difficult to work with inferior players," he said. "I am capable of managing at the very top level so we'll see what comes up." The former Bournemouth, West Ham, Southampton and Portsmouth boss guided Spurs to fourth place last season but they missed out on a Champions League place because Chelsea won the competition. Redknapp was linked with the England job before Roy Hodgson was appointed in May, and also had to go through what he called a "nightmare" after being cleared of two charges of tax evasion in court in February. Since then Redknapp was also linked with the Russian national team manager's position before former England boss Fabio Capello took the role. And Redknapp told ...
Harry Redknapp thinks Gareth Bale will stay even if Spurs miss out on the Champions League.
Tottenham to hand Andre Villas-Boas £70m war chest The Portuguese will be tasked with returning Spurs to the Champions League when he is unveiled as the new man in charge at White Hart Lane as Harry Redknapp's replacement
Following his failed stint at Chelsea, Andre Villas-Boas has been appointed as Harry Redknapp's replacement at Spurs. His failed strategy of hurriedly ushering out theold guard at Chelsea that would go on to win the Champions League after his dismissal was a harsh learning experience for Villas-Boas and one that he will have the chance to prove he's overcome at another London club. The following is a transcript of Villas-Boas' first meetingwith his new players. AVB: Hello. Welcome to...welcome me...me welcome...welcome me to you. Whatever. Anyway, I am very happy to be with this club and you know that's true because I'm giving up £11 million of my Roman Abramovich payoff money to be here. Now. Let's get right to it and talk strategy. Assou-Ekotto: (chokes on a *** ..in) But...Harry used to just let us play andthen made us promise not to say anything about all the money he hid from the tax collectors by feeding it to his dog. AVB: Well I am not Harry Redknapp. I know how to work a computer. I am also not ...
Manchester United are planning a sensational double bid for Tottenham Hotspur’s Gareth Bale and Luka Modric, according to the Metro. The two players have both been long-term targets for the Red Devils, but United are thought to believe the opportunity is right following the departure of Harry Redknapp. The uncertainty currently surrounding the North London club could prompt bids from a number of Europe’s top clubs, but United are believed to be leading the chase for the star duo. Croatian international Modric came close to leaving White Hart Lane last summer, with Chelsea thought to be most interested, but chairman Daniel Levy managed to fend off the interest. But Spurs missed out on qualification for the Champions League this season, which could lead both players to explore options away from Tottenham
Gareth Bale could be set to follow Harry Redknapp out of Spurs after his agent admitted the lack of Champions League football "is a problem"
Man Utd discuss sensational double raid on Spurs for Modric, Bale Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is weighing up a sensational double raid on Tottenham for Luka Modric and Gareth Bale. The Manchester Evening News says Harry Redknapp's departure has cast doubt on Bale sticking around at White Hart Lane after another season out of the Champions League. Barcelona and Real Madrid are both admirers of Bale, while Ferguson and Manchester City's Roberto Mancini would also be expected to enter the bidding if given the slightest indication that he wants out. United are in the market for top class attacking options having tried and failed to land Eden Hazard. Bale was not expected to figure prominently in United's transfer business this summer, but they could be prompted into action if he looks set to move on. Of more immediate interest to Ferguson is the future of Modric – a player he has tracked for the past 12 months. He baulked at Spurs’ £32m valuation of the playmaker – currently on internation ...
So...Harry Redknapp takes Tottenham to the top 4...misses out on the Champions League only because Chelsea somehow managed to slip through and win it all to take England's fourth spot...And Spurs sack him?? Oh well, that's one less team to worry about next year. Welcome to the free market Luka Modric, the United midfield would sure like to see you.
The list of clubs who want to take Modric away from White Hart Lane is a growing one and Corluka believes the lack of Champions League football will force his Croatia team-mate to look elsewhere. Speaking before the departure of boss Harry Redknapp, Corluka told The Sun: "We all know it will be very...
Harry Redknapp believes he would have been sacked by Tottenham Hotspur even if they earned Champions League qualification.
Redknapp: Tottenham chairman Levy wanted me gone no matter what Sacked Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp feels chairman Daniel Levy always planned to show him the door. Redknapp believes this outcome was inevitable, regardless of what happened on the pitch - with Spurs losing out on Champions League football again despite finishing fourth in the Barclays Premier League, because of Chelsea's Champions League final triumph over Bayern Munich last month. "We finished fourth and were unlucky at the end, but I think the same outcome would have happened," Redknapp said on BBC Radio Five Live. "Even if we had finished fourth, the chairman would have gone down the same road. But that is football. "I had four great years at Spurs. All you can do is leave the club in a better state than you found it and I did that, for sure." My Take Harry betrayed Spurs, he stopped thinking about d club while waiting 4 d England job that looked like it was all his, until...players lost focus and d vision died. Good for u, Harry but fo ...
Spurs supporters are complete knobs. Harry Redknapp took the scum from 2nd bottom, to two top 4 finishes and 5th and got them in the Champions League for the 1st time in their history. The fact that their fans are happy to see him go is a complete disgrace. Yes Harry shouldn't have encouraged the whole England job situation. However you could easily blame the FA and the media for creating that whole circus. To conclude Tottenham are not better then Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea or Arsenal. The fact you finish 4th, with a tight fisted chairman is a huge achievement. The greed of fans expectations in football was demonstrated in Harry's sacking last night. The only people that will be happy are Arsenal fans, when they crash and burn next season. FOYS. David Moyes is a good manager but will he do any better, highly unlikely.
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Chelsea beat Barcelona = Pep Guardiola resign , Chelsea kicking out Spurs from Champions League = Harry Redknapp got sacked Chelsea beat Liverpool in final FA Cup = Kenny Dalglish got sacked We are Pride of London !! You mad Arsenal , Spurs, QPR ? ! Who's next ? Blue 4 life
1. Roberto Di Matteo appointed Chelsea boss on two-year deal. ITALIAN handed permanent Blues role after leading club to Champions League glory 2. Harry Redknapp axed for finishing fourth with Tottenham. REDKNAPP is the latest victim in owner Joe Lewis’ ruthless pursuit to get Spurs to the top 3. Jussi Jaaskelainen agrees personal terms with West Ham. BOLTON keeper will move to the Boleyn Ground after contract expires next month
Kenny Dalglish won the Carling Cup and got sacked. Roberto Di Matteo won the Champions League and got Harry Redknapp sacked.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, 65, wants three more years to build a Champions League dynasty at White Hart Lane.
FOX Soccer wrote: So, Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp's said: "I think it's overrated what people say about Champions League football and whatever..." (easy to trash talk a competition you didn't qualify for)
Fergie to implement Plan B Report-Sir Alex Ferguson will reportedly try and lure Tottenham's Luka Modric to Manchester United after missing out on Eden Hazard. The Red Devils' chief was hoping to win the race for Lille's £30million-rated Belgium international playmaker Hazard this summer as he wants to bolster his midfield options after ending last season trophy-less. However, Hazard opted to move to Champions League winners Chelsea to leave Ferguson seeking an alternative arrangement. Veteran midfielder Paul Scholes has since signed a new 12-month deal extension, while Borussia Dortmund's Japanese international Shinji Kagawa is close to sealing a £12million move to Old Trafford. But Ferguson wants more quality options in his United engine room and reports claim he could reignite his interest in Tottenham's 26-year-old Croatian star Modric, with a £30million bid in this summer transfer window. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has always maintained that he wants to keep all of his best players at White Hart La ...
Chelsea football club seem to have overlooked their current interim manager Roberto Di Matteo in the search for their next manager. Despite his FA Cup and Champions League win, there has been no support from inside the club for Robbie Di Matteo.
Chelsea sack Di matt d Great! Roberto Di Matteo'S luck has run out at Chelsea with owner Roman Abramovich posed to axe him this week. Despite caretaker boss Di Matteo leading Chelsea to Champions League glory, Starsport can reveal the Russian believes it was good fortune which earned the victory. A source close to Abramovich revealed last night: "Roman thinks Di Matteo has been very, very lucky and that he made a lot of mistakes in the games he's been in charge, with his tactics and selections. "The statistics in the two games against Barcelona and the final show just how lucky Di Matteo was. Roman has to decide this week and he will not care what the public thinks. "Roman did not become a billionaire worrying about public opinion - he only cares about what is right for the club." Fortune did play a huge part in Chelsea's progress with Barca and Bayern both missing penalties in games, and then the Germans losing in the final in a shootout. The three encounters saw Chelsea's opponents create a staggering 7 ...
Just heard Geoff Shreeves phoned Harry Redknapp last night to tell him that he will not be competing in the Champions League next season.
"Harry Redknapp has written off Chelsea's chances of winning the Champions League but says he hopes Roberto Di Matteo's men reach the final because that would distract them from the Premier League and improve Tottenham Hotspur's prospects of competing in Europe's elite tournament next season" This was written 4weeks ago, OUCH!!!
NDTV Sports shared the following link: Champions League victory over Bayern Munich completed a miserable month for Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, whose team will now be relegated to the Europa League next season.
• Tottenham forced out of Champions League play-offs• Players such as Gareth Bale may consider leavingA crushing three-week period has come to pass for Harry Redknapp. First he was overlooked for the England manager
So sorry for Harry Redknapp, Tottenham Hotspurs and their fans who prayed against Chelsea victory. Tottenham is out of next season's Champions League despite coming 4th in EPL.
The only good thing about Chelsea winning Champions League is being able to picture Harry Redknapp smashing his house up and kicking the dog that kept him out of jail!! Other than that its a f* joke, a manager not good enough for West Brom 18mth ago has led a team of has beens to the pinacle of club football, it makes no sense at all, its ridiculous!
Really hope Chelsea wins the European Cup tonight, just so Harry Redknapp's Tottenham don't get into the Champions League next season.
With John Terry and three others suspended, the Blues take on the German giants in their home stadium. Goal.com satirically imagines how events might play out... 1 – As the teams walk out onto the Allianz Arena pitch past the Champions League trophy, glinting majestically on its pedestal, Didier Drogba's arm brushes against one of its giant handles. The Chelsea striker immediately falls to the ground, writhing in pain and demanding that the trophy be sent off, with kick-off delayed by five minutes until he finally gets to his feet. 2 – Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is spotted in the stands draped head-to-toe in Bayern Munich apparel, including replica shirt, branded hat and scarf, muttering: "Triffic, always liked 'im", as each home player's name is read out over the public address. 3 – By the time that the game kicks off, ITV commentator Clive Tyldesley has already mentioned Manchester United's famous 1999 final victory over Bayern 28 times. 4 – John Terry begins the match sitting quietly to o ...
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has revealed he will attend this week's Champions League final in the hope of witnessing a Chelsea defeat. Read full article. please what will we call this statement?
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will be at the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday supporting Bayern Munich in their clash with Chelsea.
Harry Redknapp on Tottenham finishing fourth: "It has been a fantastic season to finish fourth and in a Champions League place. It's been a magnificent season. "I'd be a liar if I stood here and said otherwise [that I didn't want Bayern Munich to beat Chelsea]. I want Tottenham to finish in the Champions League and it's now up to Bayern Munich to finish the job. What will be will be."
Arsenal look to beat Tottenham & Newcastle to third place & guarantee a Champions League spot Can Arsene Wenger's team clinch a top-three finish, or will they slip up against West Brom and be gazumped by either Harry Redknapp's Spurs or Alan Pardew's Toon?...
Three huge clubs, three top managers, but only two from Arsene Wenger, Harry Redknapp and Alan Pardew can qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Champions League still in Spurs sights - Redknapp - Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has insisted his team h...
Harry Redknapp has branded the possibility of Chelsea taking the fourth English Champions League spot for next season as ‘unfair’ if they beat Bayern Munich in the final on Saturday week.
Papiss Cisse scored two stunning goals as Newcastle beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to boost their chances of a top four Premier League finish. Roberto Di Matteo admitted after the game that his side's chances of qualifying for the Champions League now rest on winning this year's final. Tottenham won back to back league games for the first time since January last night, as Harry Redknapp's side maintained their position in fourth. Spurs triumphed 4-1 against Bolton, thanks to goals from Luka Modric and Rafael van der Vaart and a brace by Emmanuel Adebayor. Elsewhere last night, Real Madrid secured a first La Liga title for four years after Jose Mourinho's side beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0
Sky Sports News has declared a National Day of Mourning after Harry Redknapp didn't get the England job. It will repeated once Tottenham fail to win the Champions League, and Scott Parker doesn't acceed to the throne
How does having 1 year's experience in the champions league make Harry Redknapp a better choice than Roy Hodgson??? Geoff Hurst talking crap
Rats are now queuing. Up to jump ship Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that playmaker Luka Modric may leave White Hart Lane in the summer. The news comes a day after winger Gareth Bale, 22, told BBC's Football Focus he could leave if Spurs do not qualify for the Champions League.
A day after Gareth Bale said he wants Champions League football, Harry Redknapp says Luka Modric may leave Spurs"
Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka believes that Harry Redknapp has cost the team the chance of playing Champions League football next season.
Harry Redknapp to blame if tired Spurs miss out on Champions League, so says one of his very own players Vedran Corluka
Vedran Corluka believes a lack of rotation from manager Harry Redknapp is to blame for Spurs' fall from grace, and the on-loan defender says he expects the club to miss out on next season's Champions League.
Gareth Bale wasted Tottenham s best chance in a 0 0 draw at Sunderland as Harry Redknapp s men failed to put pressure on their rivals for a Champions League place at the Stadium of LightT
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp claims five more wins will secure UEFA Champions League football for the North London club.
Redknapp ready for Champions League place battle: Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp is expecting the batt...
Harry Redknapp says five wins from the last seven games will ensure White Hart Lane hosts Champions League action next season.
Harry Redknapp believes five wins from Tottenham’s last seven games will book their Champions League return-Daily Mirror
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