Harry Redknapp has claimed that he is unsure if he would like to manage England.
Redknapp is the clear favourite to take over from Fabio Capello as international manager and has so far not put himself in the running for the job.
After suffering three defeats on the bounce some Spurs fans are starting to think that the uncertainty regarding their manager could be affecting the players and their performances. This is the first time we have lost three games in a row since Redknapp took over three and a half years ago and I for one would like him to come clean and tell us what his intentions are.
At 65 years of age we all know that the opportunity won’t come around again for Redknapp. But is he prepared to cut short the good work he has done at Spurs? Only time will tell I guess.
“I’m not sure,” Redknapp said in an interview with L’Equipe when asked if he would like to manage England.
“I have a very good job at Tottenham today and I like it. But I do not know. We will wait and see.”
“When you have a club, you are looking for a striker and you take them. When you’re coach, you must do with the players you have in your country,” he added.
“If you do not have a good scorer, you have none. And you almost never see the players. Two days all two months: it is very difficult.”
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