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Spurs Sack Ramos And Comolli


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Roberto Mancini is a very likely appointment given his expressed desire to coach in England and his success at Inter however I just wonder whether Spurs may be concerned that he has no track record of managing a club in crisis. They might feel they need someone who has proven they can install a little backbone in a side and Mancini's record at Fiorentina was not impressive.

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It is actually someone like Diarra that Spurs desperately need in their team so if Redknapp got the job I wouldn't be surprised to see him try and sign Diarra in January.

Diarra's going to cost over £10 Mill - probably nearer £15 Mill - maybe more.

But will Diarra fancy a relegation scrap? If he bides his time he will get a serious club putting in a bid for him.

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Bloody hell, the Redknapp thing has come as a big surprise. Feel sorry for Pompey, why would he swap a good, solid club for one on a downward spiral? My respect for him has suddenly lessoned, Tottenham aren't bigger than Portamouth, can only be a money issue.

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Has this been confirmed? If so, let's hope Frank has a word with his uncle.

"But Uncle 'arry. This is *T*tt*nh*m we're talking about here. NOBODY expects you to save them from relegation. And what's more, most right-thinking people don't WANT you to save the scumbags from relegation".

"You're right Frank. I hate the bar stewards as much as anyone. Don't worry. They'll be in the Championship next year. I'll have a few more quid to my name, and a nice new job to walk into. Back to Pompey again, more likely".

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wow this was really fast!

just saw on fsc and `arry says this on becoming the new manager ""It's a big, big opportunity to manage a big club before I retire," the 61-year-old Redknapp said. "I love Portsmouth and I loved my time there, we had some fantastic success and I'd never been happier, but it's a great deal for Portsmouth, 5 million pounds for me."

Defoe and Diarra at tottenham by january.

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

AAAAHHHHHH

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Stoke were singing "you're getting sacked in the morning!' they were'nt too far wrong. "arry will be with them for two months and then be back at Pompey; who would be worse than Newcastle if they took him back, again!

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I dont think Defoe goes back to Spurs at all. But I think arry will be able to see plain as day that they need an actual forward, rather than just a joke, a Man Utd reserve and Rebrov Mk. II

Redknapp is a good pick, imo, because he practically guarantees they wont be relegated. Im sure he will figure out how to scrape by just so. I predict they only finish 15th or something, though.

If they hadve hired Mancini, then god knows what wouldve happened.

Still, Spuds ::clap2::

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I am a bit gutted as I have always really liked Harry Redknapp. That now obviously has to change !!! ::clap2::

I would settle for relegation after a very brave fight, with him bringing them back next year before admitting the Club is a sh*thole and retiring or returning to Pompey.

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Hopefuly 'arry can do the same wonderful job with Spurs as he did with Southampton.

and then take over at West Ham and do the same!

The key to saving Spurs from the drop is going to be how well he gets Zokora playing and trying to keep King fit. FIngers crossed he fails on both counts.

I have never had that warm fluffy feeling about Redknapp that other people seem to have - always thought he was a bit of a whiner, now that he is at Spurs it makes it easier to want him to fail.

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Another thing I didnt think about, initially when this happened is that Spurs plans are now back in the toilet. What they have been building to the last few years seems to be scrapped and, with a new manager, its back to the drawing board.

Any chance the likes of Woodgate, King, or Modric just try and force their way out during the summer? Man Utd going after Bale maybe?

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When Avram Grant took over last year one fellow Chelsea supporter was deeply convinced that we should have signed Ramos.

OK so now if Kenyon has the pleasure to sack another manager then there's another jobless man to put on our shortlist. Utterly great news

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