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Poll: Would you be happy with sharing Redknapp?

Discussion in 'Classic Threads' started by diego_maradona, 8 Feb 2012.

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Would you be happy to share Redknapp with England?

Poll closed 18 Feb 2012.
  1. Would be delighted to

    12 vote(s)
    15.8%
  2. Begrudgingly. Would rather this than lose him altogether

    33 vote(s)
    43.4%
  3. Hell no. He should only be concentrating on Spurs

    31 vote(s)
    40.8%
  1. Spur of the moment

    Spur of the moment Nick Barmby

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    Delighted to share if it's a choice between that or instant departure.

    Just think how the players are going to feel if Harry goes immediately. They're sure to be be gutted, and that could have potentially disastrous consequences for team morale in the short term at least.

    Whereas with Harry still here even on a part-time basis they're likely to be thinking, okay so he's off in the summer, but we can still achieve soomething special here whilst he's still with us, let's all give it our best shot for him until the end of the season.

    But after that, what a depressing thought ... the likes of Bale and Modrich are surely that much more likely to follow him out the door once he's gone.

    AARRGGHH!
     
  2. braineclipse

    braineclipse Gary Stevens

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    Maybe Harry could even insist on an additional midweek international friendly. Preferably played somewhere far away, hostile, in a different time zone, at a stadium with a 5 hour donkey trek as the only access route. Then completely by coincidence not include any Spurs players in the squad... :)
     
  3. Naughton16

    Naughton16 Clive Wilson

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    fudge the FA
     
  4. marcospur2

    marcospur2 Ronnie Rosenthal

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    Can't see it working very well I have to say, and cannot see Levy allowing Redknapp to leave at this point of the season. Would be basically gambing an awful lot just so the FA get bailed out for utter incompetence on their part.......again.
     
  5. Papercut

    Papercut Jermaine Jenas

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    No from me too. I want him to stay but appreciate it's an ambition for him - so if he follows that ambition then we need a permanent replacement.
     
  6. totman

    totman Jose Dominguez

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    Wheres the option for:

    Harry turns down England at the last minute, citing the reason being all the c#nts that support West Ham, Liverpool, arsenal, City, SCBC etc etc etc, that have been spouting sh#t about him for years, dont deserve him.

    England then go to the Euros managerless, and get humiliated, before appointing King Kenny as manager, and they subsequently slide into oblivion. Liverpool then take Wenger, and The Scum appoint Bryan Robson.

    I'll drink to that.
     
  7. Baleforce

    Baleforce Steve Archibald

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    the most important thing is he sticks with us till the end of the season, we are on the verge of something massive here and we need to keep disruption to a minimum and get over the line, if that means sharing then i'd take that
     
  8. diego_maradona

    diego_maradona Steffen Iversen Staff Member

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    Its Lasagna-gate all over again
     
  9. ArcspacE

    ArcspacE Banned

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    Lasagne, you mean ;)
     
  10. mick cooper

    mick cooper Neil Sullivan

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    he DID NOT have a heart attack and he did NOT have heart surgery

    he had a blockage or narrowing of the arteries feeding his heart, and had a tube pushed into the artery to widen it toi improve the flow of blood. He remained conscious throughout the procedure that took less than an hour

    Get your facts straight
     
  11. diego_maradona

    diego_maradona Steffen Iversen Staff Member

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    Yea that's the one
     
  12. Papercut

    Papercut Jermaine Jenas

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    If he was going to move after the season or go part-time, I wonder how it would affect the English players? For the positive (know they have a chance to impress him enough to go to the Euros) or negative (he'll pick me anyway)?
     
  13. clevelandspur

    clevelandspur Pascal Chimbonda

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    Does England even have any games before the season ends? I don't think it will be much of sharing him at all. Of course I would rather him turn down the job full stop but if it is a share until the end of season thing I don't think it will be a big deal
     
  14. Spursalot

    Spursalot Jimmy McCormick

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    Friendly against Holland.
     
  15. clevelandspur

    clevelandspur Pascal Chimbonda

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    Yeah one game until end of our season not a big deal really
     
  16. Leeds Spur

    Leeds Spur Banned

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    This idea that we're gonna take one up the garry just because Ingerlund are sniffing around is seriously doing my swede in!!
     
  17. Kingdawson

    Kingdawson Banned

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    Short term yes but it will never work long term imo. The only way I'd want that long term is if levy sounds out managers like mourinho and hiddink to see if ghey'd be interested. If they say no then begrudgingly accept that arry can juggle two job( our chief executive or whoever he was has near enough ruled that out anyway with his comments)
     
  18. greatwhitenorf

    greatwhitenorf Mitchell Thomas

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    Why do people think the England post requires a full-time manager at this time? You see shared duties routinely happening in North America with their national basketball and ice hockey national team programs. By and large, it works very well and this approach offers England the best overall, short-term solution.

    A manager like Harry who's already running a top Premiership side is completely current to the game at many levels. He probably hears, sees and schemes about more things than some ivory tower-appointed interloper. Let Harry have the post with Pearce or some other assistant attending to the minor administrative details. The team will practically pick itself.

    Only issue would be how much the strain of the trial has affected Harry's appetite for action.

    If the FA were looking for a slightly longer-term solution, I'd be chasing Mourinho. Ideal holding-pond post while he awaits the retirement of Sir Alex.
     
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  19. ArcspacE

    ArcspacE Banned

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    Everyone is tweeting it so it MUST be true, right!
     
  20. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Stephen Kelly

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    I won't share my wife with another man. Why should Spurs let England have Harry on a part-time basis?

    Let me state my stance first, I would love to see 'Arry commits to our cause, but if he wants to leave, let him goes.
     

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