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He would have been an ideal manager for liverpool .
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I hope Daniel Levy has not made a big mistake here. The only thing I can think of is that he had someone in mind assuming Harry was off to England and that a provisional agreement was in place. Can't see us getting top 4 next season though.
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Kean to get sacked so Allardyce back to Blackburn (a big wedge as an apology for sacking him in the first place) and 'Arry to West Ham, can't find a bookies who'll give me odds on 'Arry to West Ham though:(
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Originally posted by Keithd Keithd wrote:

I hope Daniel Levy has not made a big mistake here. The only thing I can think of is that he had someone in mind assuming Harry was off to England and that a provisional agreement was in place. Can't see us getting top 4 next season though.
 
 
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Originally posted by rolly rolly wrote:

He would have been an ideal manager for liverpool .


Not on your nelly, I wouldn't have him anywhere near the shankly gates

What the hell has he won??? In a glistening career he's won an FA cup!!!
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I don't think he's resigend either. I geus itw as mutual termination. It's very simple though:

Spurs believe they are a top 4 club. They believe Harry is not a top 4 manager.

And I think I agree with them.

The double standards on here make me laugh though. Last week, Harry went public and said he'd have left Spurs if offerred the England job. Can you imagine if Nigel came out and said similar?
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had a text 2 weeks ago to bet on Rafa Benitez to be Spurs boss come beginning of the season.
 
 
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My only point about letting Harry go is what will Spurs be willing to spend to find someone better....

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If Nigel came out and said he would have accepted the Wales job had it been offered then I'd find it perfectly understandble really (although I'd expect Sal to break the news first naturally...)

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 Redknapp gone now need West Ham to get rid of Allardyce for good and the premier league will be a better place and clubs can have some managers with integrity
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Originally posted by KID A KID A wrote:


Spurs believe they are a top 4 club. They believe Harry is not a top 4 manager.

And I think I agree with them.



But Spurs under Harry were a top 4 club as they finished fourth!

It was only an anachronism that has prevented them taking their place in the Champions League next season. Had Chelsea lost the penalty shoot-out then Spurs would be in Europe. They qualified by virtue of their league position but lost out because another team won a penalty shoot-out, therefore it was out of their hands.

They ended up a point behind Arsenal. Had Spurs pipped Arsenal and pushed them into fourth, do you think they'd be sacking Wenger for missing out on Europe due to Chelsea winning the competition?

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Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

Originally posted by rolly rolly wrote:

He would have been an ideal manager for liverpool .


Not on your nelly, I wouldn't have him anywhere near the shankly gates

What the hell has he won??? In a glistening career he's won an FA cup!!!
That's one more cup than Brendan Rodgers.
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Originally posted by Abbey Abbey wrote:

Originally posted by KID A KID A wrote:


Spurs believe they are a top 4 club. They believe Harry is not a top 4 manager.

And I think I agree with them.



But Spurs under Harry were a top 4 club as they finished fourth!

It was only an anachronism that has prevented them taking their place in the Champions League next season. Had Chelsea lost the penalty shoot-out then Spurs would be in Europe. They qualified by virtue of their league position but lost out because another team won a penalty shoot-out, therefore it was out of their hands.

They ended up a point behind Arsenal. Had Spurs pipped Arsenal and pushed them into fourth, do you think they'd be sacking Wenger for missing out on Europe due to Chelsea winning the competition?



I should have said "currently a champions league club"

His flirt with the England job and her majhesty's pleasure effectively cost Spurs £30m and 3 world class players
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