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Harry Redknapp’s QPR ambitions with David Beckham

November 26, 2012

David Beckham and Harry Redknapp


Harry Redknapp, former Tottenham manager is a David Beckham fan and wanted to sign the player during him reign at Tottenham – but failed. He has got a second bite on the cherry, as the former England captain, David Beckham will play his last match for his current team in MLS for LA Galaxy in the coming week or so and Harry Redknapp has once again showed interest, but this time as a Queens Park Rangers manager, who has replaced as Mark Hughes at the helm. As many as 5 Australian clubs are also interested in the player.

David Beckham may not have age by his side, but he has been one of the finest players that has ever played in the EPL, while at Manchester United. He has plenty of experience of playing in the high voltage EPL with some of the best players in the league and Redknapp is willing to pounce on the experience he brings to the table along with his passes and set pieces, which is still his forte.

Harry Redknapp has a huge task at hand; as QPR is lying in the relegation zone, so Redknapp’s most important and also his toughest job would be to steer QPR into safety after a series of unimpressive performances in the EPL this season. In the past, he has saved teams like Portsmouth from the relegation zone. Will he be able to replicate the same for QPR? If he does, he will be nothing short of hero for QPR fans.

Before he begins his campaign, he has spotted the need for a striker, as two of his strikers; Bobby Zamora and Andy Johnson are injury prone, which might be a huge problem for Redknapp in his ambitions to save the sinking QPR ship. January Transfer window holds a very important place for Redknapp to bolster his squad.


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