What Harry said after the Stevenage draw


Harry Redknapp - Tottenham Hotspur Football News

Harry Rednapp joked that his chances of becoming the next England boss would have taken a hit following Tottenham’s disappointing 0-0 draw at Stevenage.

The League One side held Spurs to a draw in the FA Cup fifth round in front of FA chairman David Bernstein.

In all honesty, Harry got it wrong yesterday.  The 5-3-2 formation did just not work out for us and we missed the creativity of Luka Modric in midfield, the pitch did not play it’s part but let’s not make excuses.  We didn’t deserve to win.

Credit to Stevenage as well, they played their part and deserved a money-spinning replay at the Lane which has been given a provisional date of March 7th.

He told The Sun: “I bet he was impressed by the football I served up!

“He’s probably thinking ‘Who’s this geezer?!’

“We started lumping it didn’t we? No, that wasn’t part of the plan. The pitch was bumpy and the players weren’t comfortable passing the ball on it so we ended up going long, which wasn’t what we wanted to do.

“I thought we would come here and win but the longer it went on the more I thought we would take the draw.”

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  1. I hope this jammy, clueless, bullshi**ing chancer leaves before the F.A. suss him out. Bring back Hoddle, he has learnt about commununication from experience and is more than worthy of a second chance. Arry, sometimes saying I believe in you and go out and enjoy the game (work out the opposition yourselves) just isn't good enough.

  2. Bring back Hod. He definitely deserves another go. He knows so much tactically and will always be loved by the supporters. The last time in charge Hod inherited a very poor side but this time it will be different. Mourinho would be interesting for a while but he thinks he is bigger than any club and he will leave us to go to Old Trafford when Fergie retires in a couple of years. COYS!


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