Harry Redknapp is back in management after his injury lay-off – and he’s ready to lead the England bowls team to glory.
The Englishman quit as Queens Park Rangers manager in February with an imminent knee operation meaning he would have to miss some time on the training pitch and in the dugout.
And with QPR fighting for Premier League survival, Redknapp insisted he could not give 100% to the job.
But after four months out, the former Bournemouth, West Ham, Portsmouth, Southampton and Tottenham is back – as England bowls boss.
In a brilliant video from FLEXISEQ, Redknapp insists he’s raring to go and fans get an insight into his management style on the bowling green:
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On a serious note, Redknapp does want to get back into football sooner rather than later after completing his recovery from the knee operation.
Speaking to the Guardian about whether he was missing the game or not, Harry said:
If there was an interesting project, then definitely. I don’t feel old, I’m as sharp as ever. I would love to work with a young and upcoming coach somewhere and give him some experience. Something like Gerry Francis overseeing Tony Pulis. And I would still take over as manager somewhere if it was the right club with young coaches behind the scenes.
It would have to be something I really wanted to do. I’m not going to go working with somebody I don’t like. I’ve enjoyed my time at every club I have worked at, I’ve been lucky, but I won’t jump in and finish up working with a chairman I didn’t like very much.