The former Tottenham manager told the Daily Mail that he has no hard feelings against Daniel Levy, after all it is “his club” to choose how to own it.
So Harry, if it’s Levy’s choice as to why you were fired and who he replaced, does it make a difference that your successor has won more trophies than you in one season than you have in your whole managerial career?
‘These days you’re getting 70-page dossiers on this and that,’ he says. ‘Bulls**t can baffle brains at times.’ Redknapp said about up and coming managers.
But, how can Redknapp make these digs when he constantly played an underwhelming Livermore, isolate Pienaar from making an impact, and rarely made an impact in the transfer window with the marquee signings Villas-Boas had.
As well as this, Redknapp insisted that he loved the club, and at no time contemplated the England job. This is all very strange, especially considering he rejected an extension at Spurs when he was linked to the job in February.
But in Harry’s defence, he had taken Spurs to a new level. Like he said in the interview, ten years ago there would have been a 30 point gap between Arsenal and Spurs, now there is hardly anything to separate the sides. But he did want to leave a good impression for Tottenham fans, saying that Spurs have the better side – just very weird that they weren’t the better side when he was in charge!