Harry Redknapp

#1
proof that not only football players are money grabbing, greedy bast@rds.

fcuking redfaced twitchy pr1ck.
 
#2
A sad day for Pompey though. £5 million compensation won't help attract or keep any quality players. I fear for the Pompey.
 
#3
It's ashame, i like Portsmouth as i spent a bit of time down there, but they're broke these days, the chairman is trying hard to get out, they need to sell loads of players so i guess it's the best time for the manager to get out as well before the cuts come.
 
#4
I've a lot of time for Redknapp, or should I say I had a lot of time for him. He's seen the £ signs and jumped ship double quick!

Gutted for Pompey.

Edited to say that perhaps Ramos wasn't all that bad. I think Levy has a lot to answer for.
 
#6
Markintime said:
Clubs will dump managers after two bad results, they don't give any loyalty to managers so why on earth should they expect to get any in return?
redknapp was backed to the hilt by the club, he pretty much had carte blanche to do as he wanted. He's gone for the money and is a judas for it. heres hoping for a 3rd relegation for twitch.
 
#7
louis said:
proof that not only football players are money grabbing, greedy bast@rds.

fcuking redfaced twitchy pr1ck.
Its only football mate, have you seen whats happening around the world by any chance. :roll:
 
#8
louis said:
Markintime said:
Clubs will dump managers after two bad results, they don't give any loyalty to managers so why on earth should they expect to get any in return?
redknapp was backed to the hilt by the club, he pretty much had carte blanche to do as he wanted. He's gone for the money and is a judas for it. heres hoping for a 3rd relegation for twitch.
I wasn't being specific about Pompey, I was pointing out that the manager is always the first one to be sacrificed. Football clubs have a habit of not showing any loyalty to either their players or their managers but then start crying when the players/managers show no loyalty in return.
I don't know of many people in civvi street who would turn down the chance to earn more money even if it meant going to another company. Football clubs are employers, they employ people to do a job just like any other industry so what is the differance?
If one of the top football managers walked out of their job to take over Pompey would the Pompey fans be up in arms about that? No, didn't think so.
 
#9
louis said:
Markintime said:
Clubs will dump managers after two bad results, they don't give any loyalty to managers so why on earth should they expect to get any in return?
redknapp was backed to the hilt by the club, he pretty much had carte blanche to do as he wanted. He's gone for the money and is a judas for it. heres hoping for a 3rd relegation for twitch.
Stop fcuking dripping. He took you to Europe and a Cup Final win didn't he?
You'd be screaming for him to get sacked if he wasn't doing as well, so spare the hand wringing. It is a cut throat business. Deal with it.

I reckon Defoe will go back to Spurs in Jan...

*Disclaimer*
Before you accuse me of any bias, I do not follow any Premier League club.
 
#10
he's a mercenary tw@t
He does this to every club that he's ever been lucky to of been involved with.
He did the same to Bournemouth, Portsmouth once before, Southampton and now Portsmouth again.
MERCENARY only intereseted in cold cash

No, i'm not a skate
 
#11
The moneygrabbing cnuts are the club owners. They drop managers the moment things go wrong - just like West ham treated Rednapp. I say good luck to him - he needs to worry about his future cos no-one else will. In any case it'll take a miracle to save a load of rubbish like Spurs - but I wish him well.
 
#13
love it an arsenal fan as yid boss, heres to hoping he will do what any true arsenal fan would do with the scum .............relegate them
 
#16
miserablegit said:
The moneygrabbing cnuts are the club owners. They drop managers the moment things go wrong - just like West ham treated Rednapp. I say good luck to him - he needs to worry about his future cos no-one else will. In any case it'll take a miracle to save a load of rubbish like Spurs - but I wish him well.
Maybe that's why Harry's like he is. He gave his all for West Ham and they dumped him on a whim, probably taught him a lesson about loyalty he obviously hasn't forgotten.
 
#19
Markintime said:
miserablegit said:
The moneygrabbing cnuts are the club owners. They drop managers the moment things go wrong - just like West ham treated Rednapp. I say good luck to him - he needs to worry about his future cos no-one else will. In any case it'll take a miracle to save a load of rubbish like Spurs - but I wish him well.
Maybe that's why Harry's like he is. He gave his all for West Ham and they dumped him on a whim, probably taught him a lesson about loyalty he obviously hasn't forgotten.
i think you'll find twitch talked himself out of a job at west ham, something he readily admits himself

“The chairman Terry Brown had offered me a new four-year contract. What I did was talk to a fanzine, made some comments, and sometimes I should be a bit more careful.

“I sat down with these guys from the fanzine and they started asking me questions and I spoke to them in the way I’d talk to someone in a pub.

“I said a few things I shouldn’t have said. He read it and got very upset. I walked into his office expecting to sign the contract and walked out without a job!”
 
#20
Got a job. Offered another job with more pay, better options. What would you do?
There's only one place I know where somebody may pick loyalty to his/her colleagues (mates) over the big payoff.
Loyalty in football. BO****KS. Overpaid girlie boys.
(2nd. bottle of rather nice Shiraz)
 

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