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    Harry Redknapp

    Could be a possibility now, don't think Levy is impressed with him after the England debacle

    Harry Redknapp to be forced out of Tottenham | Mail Online

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    It's in the Guardian as well who usually only report stuff when there's solid information. Apparently Moyes is being lined up as his replacement.

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    Wonder who will become Everton manager... Roberto Martinez?

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    ESPN stating pretty much the same news.

    Harry Redknapp set to leave Tottenham - ESPN Soccernet

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSNFRMN_MUFC View Post
    Wonder who will become Everton manager... Roberto Martinez?
    Would be interesting. Martinez might want to wait around for a better offer, Everton have a decent team but there's not much money to strengthen. I would expect Everton will be looking in the Championship or for an unattached manager so they don't have to pay compensation. Can't really think of many other than Warnock or Eriksson and their both unlikely. Who knows they might do a Liverpool and bring back Joe Royle.

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    They got Moyes at the age of 39 I think, worked out for them pretty well, they should get another young and talented manager in whether that be Martinez or whoever. Certainly worked at Swansea who also have limited resources.

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    I've heard rumours that they was 2 reasons he left:
    1. Over the contract stalling.
    2. Levy told Harry that he was unhappy with the January buys (Saha & nelsen) & also by letting pinear go out on-loan, & said he wouldnt just him with big fees in the summer so if he wanted to by top class players he'd have to sell the likes of VdV, bale & modric.

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    Hard to look past Moyes in my opinion, he needs to make the step up soon otherwise it might pass him by. Should have a bigger budget at Spurs. If he has aspirations of being a contender for Fergies successor he needs to manage a club that's competing at a higher level than Everton, Spurs have that potential.

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    Yeah Moyes needs to move onto a bigger club than Everton if he wants to be considered a genuine contender to replace Fergie.

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    Can't see that happening.

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    inb4 Redknapp getting the Chelsea job.

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    Officially QPR's new manager. Excellent appointment.

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    How sad for him his first match will be a loss.

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    He wasn't in charge for the game, Mark Bowen was.

    Good appointment, he'll get the best out a pretty decent squad.

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    Watched the first half of QPR v Liverpool and from what I saw Redknapp has his work cut out. Before the season started I thought they'd finish mid-table, but they look a shambles.

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    QPR have shown signs of improvement since the first half showing against Liverpool.

    Will the immanent arrivals of Remy and M'Vill be a big advantage for QPR over their relegation rivals?

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    QPR are set to make an announcement on Redknapp's future in the next 48 hours.

    4 wins from 22 league matches as QPR manager. A lower percentage than Hughes and Warnock.

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    Jesus. That took some doing. Did he have money on them going down? The players and Harry didn't really seem to care that they went down.

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