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I think the connection is that 'Arry lives down the road as does the owner.
 

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Presumably the connection is that Woodgate played under Redknapp at Spurs for a bit (plus 'Arry is local, of course).

Anyhow, sounds to me like a good idea....








... so long as they don't allow Redknapp anywhere near the company chequebook. Or credit card. Or petty cash account. Or the tin they keep the milk money in for the club cat.
Sure that next it could be his nephew Fat Frankie .
 
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I think the connection is that 'Arry lives down the road as does the owner.
Plus I might have mentioned that he played for and managed them for a total of nearly 15 years.

So long as there's nothing more to it than just helping out temporarily, it seems like a very good move to me.
 

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Presumably the connection is that Woodgate played under Redknapp at Spurs for a bit (plus 'Arry is local, of course).

Anyhow, sounds to me like a good idea....








... so long as they don't allow Redknapp anywhere near the company chequebook. Or credit card. Or petty cash account. Or the tin they keep the milk money in for the club cat.
could have predicted this! A swan song for Harry with his local club to get them promoted and then if he does, any money on him bringing in his nephew Frank Lampard to work with him, with Harry going partly upstairs and it becomes for a year or so the Malcolm Allison and Terry Venables relationship.

Unfortunately this could give Bournemouth a big boost as without a doubt he is a motivator and the players will respect him.
 

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could have predicted this! A swan song for Harry with his local club to get them promoted and then if he does, any money on him bringing in his nephew Frank Lampard to work with him, with Harry going partly upstairs and it becomes for a year or so the Malcolm Allison and Terry Venables relationship.

Unfortunately this could give Bournemouth a big boost as without a doubt he is a motivator and the players will respect him.
Does this mean Bournemouth are going to name Woodgate as their new Manager. Getting Redknapp involved could go pear shape for Bournemouth. At least they don’t have to worry about cash as the Transfer Windows closed and they have Russian money backing the club. Yes the Russian does also have property in Sandbanks
 

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could have predicted this! A swan song for Harry with his local club to get them promoted and then if he does, any money on him bringing in his nephew Frank Lampard to work with him, with Harry going partly upstairs and it becomes for a year or so the Malcolm Allison and Terry Venables relationship.

Unfortunately this could give Bournemouth a big boost as without a doubt he is a motivator and the players will respect him.
It went well for Birmingham
 

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League One side Northampton Town have parted company with manager Keith Curle and his assistant Colin West.

Bristol Rovers have sacked manager Paul Tisdale after less than three months in charge of the League One club.
 

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Good news - according to the BBC AK has 100% backing of the Birmingham board because they’re planning for the long term!
 

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Good news - according to the BBC AK has 100% backing of the Birmingham board because they’re planning for the long term!
Those statements generally signal the beginning of the end for most.
 
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Port Vale have appointed Darrell Clarke as their new manager after a compensation deal was agreed with fellow League Two club Walsall.

The former Bristol Rovers boss, 43, has signed a deal until the summer of 2024 and will be assisted by Danny Pugh.
Assistant coach Brian Dutton has been appointed as Walsall head coach until the end of the season.
Clarke named Vale boss after Walsall exit
 

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Dean Holden about to be binned off. Announcement imminent.
 
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Mark Robinson has been confirmed as head coach of AFC Wimbledon, following a spell in interim charge after the departure of Glyn Hodges.

He joined the Dons in 2004 and his previous roles include head of youth, academy manager and first-team coach.
 

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Frank’s not doing anything until the summer. Settlement with Chelski pays him £75000pw until then, or it stops if he takes another football job....
Started off my response saying I am not sure it is obscene and then checked again and saw 'pw'. 'Obscene' is probably a fair comment after all.
 

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Mark Robinson has been confirmed as head coach of AFC Wimbledon, following a spell in interim charge after the departure of Glyn Hodges.

He joined the Dons in 2004 and his previous roles include head of youth, academy manager and first-team coach.
It is always a shame I think for guys like this. He’s has a secure job there for 17 odd years and is now likely to be gone in 2 if he’s lucky.
 

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Seems Woodgate has got the 'muff job until end of the season.
 

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