Why Would Harry Redknapp Go to Tottenham?
“,”body”:” As the breaking news unfolded yesterday that Juande Ramos, Gus Poyet, Marcos Alvarez, and Damien Comolli had all been sacked by Tottenham, I was wondering whether it was all too soon. Perhaps chairman Daniel Levy had panicked and acted too hastily.\r\n It was only eight games into the season, and Ramos had already shown he could do his job well, after taking them to success in the Carling Cup last season.\r\n Mind you, something needed to be done, and quickly. It has been downhill since the Carling Cup final, and it has gotten to the point where Tottenham were starting to fall adrift at the wrong end of the table.\r\n So, a year to the day after they sacked Martin Jol, Tottenham axed another manager.\r\n Now, this surprised me, especially coming the night before a game, but it wasn’t like it shocked me to my core. What came closer to doing that, however, was the news that Harry Redknapp had been appointed manager just hours afterwards.\r\n First, I wondered how they could ha