Redknapp in mix to take reins at Blackburn Rovers

Redknapp in mix to take reins at Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn : United Kingdom | Oct 30, 2012 at 4:35 AM PDT
Source: Independent
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Blackburn Rovers are planning to interview Harry Redknapp over the Ewood Park managerial vacancy today after the former Tottenham manager expressed an interest in the position at the Championship club. Redknapp, sacked by Tottenham in June having been strongly linked to the England manager's... FULL ARTICLE AT Independent
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