76-year-old ‘retired manager’ to Tottenham? “It will be difficult to refuse the offer.”

The coach, who had already announced his intention to retire, expressed his will.

British media ‘Sky Sports’ highlighted on the 22nd (Korean time), “Former manager Harry Redknapp (76) expressed his intention to return to Tottenham Hotspur.”

Recently, Tottenham has been embroiled in rumors of a change of leader. The press conference after the match against Southampton by manager Antonio Conte (53) was the beginning. At the time, coach Conte was in the spotlight for his unusual remarks. Recently, after dropping out of the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in succession, he finally poured out bombshell remarks.

“There are a lot of selfish players in Tottenham,” said Conte at a press conference.

As a result, Tottenham is considering a manager change during the season. Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and former Spain manager Luis Enrique are on the list.

In the meantime, a veteran manager who had been in charge of Tottenham in the past issued a challenge. Former manager Redknapp said through Britain’s ‘Talk Sports’, “If you get an offer to coach Tottenham, it will be difficult to refuse.”

England’s legendary leader. Redknapp continued his managerial career in the Premier League for over 20 years, including West Ham United, Portsmouth and Southampton. He is one of the veteran coaches in name and reality who commanded 911 games. 메이저놀이터

From 2008 to 2012 he managed Tottenham. He recorded 99 wins, 48 ​​draws and 52 losses in 199 matches. At the time, he was recognized for his leadership, nurturing world-class players such as Luka Modric (37, Real Madrid) and Gareth Bale (33, retired). After a long leadership career, he announced his intention to retire in 2018.

Even though it’s been quite a while since he let go of his leadership life, his passion seems to be alive. Former manager Redknapp said, “If coach Ryan Mason (31) takes over as acting manager of Tottenham, I would be happy to serve as an assistant. Coaching is a lonely job. It is a position in need of help.”

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