Redknapp Denies Chelsea Contact

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp says there has been no contact between himself and Chelsea, despite reports that he is a potential target for Roman Abramovich in the summer. It was reported at the weekend that Redknapp’s success in taking Spurs to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, where they were defeated 5-0 on aggregate by Real Madrid, had impressed the Stamford Bridge hierarchy. Chelsea could be searching for a…

April 19, 2011
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Premier League Preview: Tottenham v Stoke

Tottenham will look to bounce back from their European thrashing by Real Madrid when they welcome Stoke to White Hart Lane on Saturday. Harry Redknapp’s men are without a win in the English Premier League since their 2-1 triumph over Sunderland on February 12, as the rigours of a season that has exceeded expectations begin to take their toll. On Tuesday, Redknapp’s men were hampered by the early dismissal of…

April 8, 2011
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Gareth Bale May Be Fit For Next Tuesday’s Champions League

Harry Redknapp is hopeful that Gareth Bale will be fit for next Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid, although the Tottenham Hotspur manager is facing up to the prospect of taking on one of the most feared attacks in world football with just two fit central defenders. Bale withdrew from the Welsh squad to face England last Saturday with a hamstring strain, and is now a major doubt for…

March 31, 2011
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Tottenham boss Redknapp on alert to pounce for Chelsea striker Drogba

The People says Redknapp is eyeing Drogba’s ­situation following his recent ­axing from Carlo Ancelotti’s first-team starting line-up. Drogba, who turns 33 this week, will only have a year left on his Stamford Bridge deal in June. He would ­prefer to stay and will wait to ­discover the fate of Ancelotti ­before ­deciding on his future. But if his ­prospects remain poor, Drogba will become a target for Redknapp.

March 7, 2011
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Preview: Blackpool v Tottenham

Blackpool defender Ian Evatt is confident his team can succeed where AC Milan failed against Spurs. Harry Redknapp’s high-flyers head to Bloomfield Road on Tuesday after last week’s Champions League 1-0 victory at the home of the Italian giants. But Evatt is determined to make Bloomfield Road a tough task for a Spurs side who are fourth on the English Premier League table, 10 points behind leaders Manchester United. Blackpool,…

February 21, 2011
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Steven Pienaar heading to Tottenham as Everton accept improved offer

Everton have accepted a bid from Tottenham for want-away midfielder Steven Pienaar. It come just hours after the Toffees said they would not allow the South African’s representatives to talk to Spurs as their bid of £2million plus £1m based on performances had fallen short of Chelsea’s offer of £3 million up front. But Spurs soon matched the Blues’ bid, and with the 28-year-old having already agreed terms with the…

January 18, 2011
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