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kenilworth
20 Apr 13 00:26
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Report tobermory April 20, 2013 12:54 AM BST
Last 20 league games for Hughes and 1st 20 for Harry

. Won Drew Lost
Hughes 4 4 12
Redknapp 4 8 8
Report gotia April 20, 2013 1:03 AM BST
so 4 points more for zillions of money spent...good going
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 1:53 AM BST
I dont think he has spent zillions has he? & the points return is up 25%. Maybe if players stopped getting themselves sent off they might have had half a chance? They love a red card qpr do.....
Report Darlo Bantam April 20, 2013 2:07 AM BST
On the flip side, Hughes kept QPR up. What's Harry done?
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 2:45 AM BST
He isnt the Messiah. He's a good man manager and a decent EPL coach. He inherited a poor squad at qpr and improved them slightly. Losing Nelsen didnt help. He left the window a quality (fit) striker short. He improved spurs. Did well with West Ham & Portsmouth. Mourinho he aint. But he is better than Hughes,.
Report Darlo Bantam April 20, 2013 2:47 AM BST
Did well with West Ham and Portsmouth?! You mean, just like Southampton, he left the club in financial turmoil. And he's doing the same at QPR. I wouldn't trust this man with my fantasy team for fear of administration.
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 2:50 AM BST
I think you are confusing the manager with the financial director. If you had a bad SHGA, blame the **** not the pimp....
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 2:54 AM BST
He won an FA cup with Portsmouth FFS. And you want to criticize?
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 3:01 AM BST
In the last 18 years only 1 manager other than the manager of United, City, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool has won a trophy worth winning................
Report Darlo Bantam April 20, 2013 3:08 AM BST
So it's not a coincidence that practically every club he's managed has been in financial meltdown after he left. No, course not. Redknapp is the most overrated manager going.
Report the cartmel mare April 20, 2013 3:12 AM BST
The financial director is to blame for that - not the manager.
If they support him in the Championship (and i think fernandez will) they will bounce straight back up under harry's leadership

i repeat:

In the last 18 years only 1 manager other than the manager of United, City, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool has won a trophy worth winning................

With Portsmouth FFS...
Report Pastie April 20, 2013 4:49 AM BST
What about Roberto Martinez @ Wigan?
Report PHILthePOWER April 20, 2013 4:28 PM BST
FFS people need to wise up, between him & hughes they have made the best group of players ever to be relegated, no defending that!

Diakité, Samba, Park Ji-Sung, Taarabt, Granero, Rémy, Bosingwa, Fábio, Hoilett, Zamora, Júlio César, Mbia are all players more than capable of finishing top 8.

QPR were in for Benitez before he took the Chelsea gig, then they were left with 'Arry and this mess!
Report TheChaser April 20, 2013 4:41 PM BST
Darlo Bantam
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Did well with West Ham and Portsmouth?! You mean, just like Southampton, he left the club in financial turmoil. And he's doing the same at QPR. I wouldn't trust this man with my fantasy team for fear of administration.


Dont forget Bouremouth
Report TheChaser April 20, 2013 4:44 PM BST
Harry also won a Euro trophy with West Ham i have the picture to prove it

Here it is so you dont think im lying





















Report Darlo Bantam April 20, 2013 4:44 PM BST
Didn't realise he'd left Bournemouth in the same position. So only Spurs can count themselves lucky of all the clubs the wheeler dealer has managed then.
Report TheChaser April 20, 2013 4:45 PM BST
UEFA Intertoto Cup
Pobednici: 1999
Report kenilworth April 20, 2013 4:45 PM BST
Dont forget Bouremouth

A freudian slip?
Report mafeking April 20, 2013 7:24 PM BST
spurs have a chairman who is very careful when it comes to spending money. all the others had chairmen/chief execs who bought players like kids in a sweet shop
Report aaronh April 21, 2013 3:04 AM BST
Report AyersRock April 21, 2013 3:18 AM BST
mafeking 20 Apr 13 19:24 Joined: 24 Sep 02 | Topic/replies: 11,115 | Blogger: mafeking's blog
spurs have a chairman who is very careful when it comes to spending money. all the others had chairmen/chief execs who bought players like kids in a sweet shop



Daniel Levy (born 8 February 1962 in Essex) is the current chairman of Premier League football side Tottenham Hotspur and has been since 2001


Since 2001, tottenham have spent ,£396,000,000, the fifth biggest spenders behind moneybags city, chelsea, and then liverpool and united, that over 39 million a season, 207 million of that figure has been spent in the last 5 years - 4th biggest spenders at over 40 million a season

hes not that careful
Report Regular Fries April 21, 2013 8:51 AM BST
Levy's careful enough to ensure Spurs don't do a Leeds or Portsmouth for example and was very much in charge of the purse strings during Redknapp's time there.

To be fair to Harry, I think it's unfair to say he left Bournemouth in the same position, who went in to administration a good 16 years after he left the club.
Report Arsenal Oldie April 21, 2013 9:24 AM BST
will Hughes get another job?  couldn't run a whelk stall in my opinion
Report buzzer April 21, 2013 9:25 AM BST
1     Chelsea     £704,500,000     £180,000,000     £524,500,000     £52,450,000
    2     Manchester City     £605,220,000     £187,400,000     £417,820,000     £41,782,000
    3     Liverpool     £441,880,000     £264,580,000     £177,300,000     £17,730,000
    4     Manchester United     £365,250,000     £241,850,000     £123,400,000     £12,340,000
    5     Aston Villa     £216,850,000     £108,375,000     £108,475,000     £10,847,500
    6     Tottenham     £369,900,000     £267,550,000     £102,350,000     £10,235,000
    7     Stoke City     £93,670,000     £15,595,000     £78,075,000     £7,807,500
    8     Sunderland     £188,280,000     £112,100,000     £76,180,000     £7,618,000
    9     QPR     £74,800,000     £2,650,000     £72,150,000     £7,215,000
    10     West Ham     £143,880,000     £108,225,000     £35,655,000     £3,565,500
    11     West Bromwich Albion     £80,485,000     £50,990,000     £29,495,000     £2,949,500
    12     Fulham     £85,830,000     £68,745,000     £17,085,000     £1,708,500
    15     Newcastle     £185,800,000     £171,700,000     £14,100,000     £1,410,000
    14     Norwich City     £28,350,000     £17,410,000     £10,940,000     £1,094,000
    15     Everton     £131,050,500     £122,416,000     £8,634,500     £863,450
    16     Swansea     £29,470,000     £27,325,000     £2,145,000     £214,500
    17     Wigan      £88,865,000     £89,000,000     -£135,000     -£13,500
    18     Southampton     £56,965,000     £60,150,000     -£3,185,000     -£318,500
    19     Reading     £22,220,000     £28,550,000     -£6,330,000     -£633,000
    20     Arsenal     £252,500,000     £267,770,000     -£15,270,000     -£1,527,000


since 2003 to present
shows what a fantastic job Wenger has done to keep Arsenal in the top 4 every season.
Report buzzer April 21, 2013 9:27 AM BST
That's net spend obviously
Report superam April 21, 2013 9:38 AM BST
Sorry but i'm not having this 'losing Ryan Nelson was the turning point' bull. If you have to rely on a journeyman type, average, at end of his career Defender, then your clutching at straws.
Report the silverback April 21, 2013 9:55 AM BST
Especially when you spend a few trillion dollars to replace said journeyman.
Report 1st time poster April 21, 2013 11:31 AM BST
redknapp and the media went for the lets blame the overpaid johnny foreigner story far to early,and went for players who clearly arnt premiership players derry, hill,etc,no coincidence that boswinga etc were quietly fed back into the side a month later,clint hill has more than done his bit to get them relegated
Report stickyvicky April 21, 2013 11:45 AM BST
Clint Hill is useless, has been all season and he is the captain.!! Crazy
Report sickoflayinwinners April 21, 2013 11:51 AM BST
rednap inherited pretty c rap group of players, people ho believed he was gonna save them from relegation were quite mad.if hed been in charge fromthe start he may just have kept them up but in all truth he probably would have had differently players pre season.hughes has probably the worst record of any manager that continiually gets big money jobs.hell probably get another high profilejob and fkkthat up yoo.
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