‘Arry Yet To Earn His Spurs


'Arry Thinks of Challanges Ahead.

Following Tottenham Hotspurs’ meagre exit from the Carling Cup at the hands of Manchester United’s reserve side, Harry Redknapp bravely refused to attend the post match press conference. Instead sending one of his countless coaches and long-time compadre Kevin Bond to face the music. Harry had bigger fish to fry, with press conferences later on in the week where he can play conductor rather than field questions regarding the inepitude of his Tottenham side on a night where a cup semi-final was in their grasp. The East-End boy can enlighten us with his opinions on Portsmouth’s dwindling fortunes, and talk up Spurs chances of earning Champions League football next fall. Whist glossing over his own squad’s glaring deficiencies. Continue reading


Good Luck and Thanks – Tottenham Hotspur



A nightmare start to the season, where they picked up just 2 points from the first 24 available led to Tottenham sacking a manager for the 2nd consecutive October. Juande Ramos left, and Harry Redknapp showed his undying loyalty to Portsmouth by walking out on them for the second time. The North Londoners finished 8th, the least a squad with their ability and combined costs should  expect. After spending almost £50 million in January, most of it to re-unite the 2007 Tottenham team, there will be some departures before the big kick-off in August:

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