Former Football Manager of Portsmouth & Bournemouth
Harry Redknapp is a retired professional footballer and recently a proven manager for a number of huge English clubs. Redknapp made 279 appearances as a player in a career that lasted from 1965 to 1982. He is better known for his expertise as a manager and he helped guide Portsmouth to their FA Cup victory in 2008. As a player, Redknapp’s career started at West Ham United in 1965, playing at the club for 7 years making 149 appearances before moving to Bournemouth in 1972. He would go on to play for Bournemouth during four seasons and make 101 appearances. Redknapp went on to play for Brentford before moving to the US to play domestic football over there. Although he had a fantastic career as a player, Redknapp is most known for his expertise as a football manager.
Redknapp’s first, major managerial role came at his former club, Bournemouth where he was announced as the assistant manager. He became the first team coach later that season and in his first full season in charge, he helped guide Bournemouth above the relegation zone and stay in Division 4. In 1987, he managed Bournemouth to Third Division glory as they gained an impressive, club-record 97 points in the season.
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