RE: Harry Redknapp leaving next week

Discussion in 'In the Know ( ITK )' started by grottim, May 27, 2011.

  1. grottim Well-Known Member

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    i thought it needed a new post change it if you want. That bloke who says he'll be leaving after his court date next week seems to be talking out of his arse.

    See this article:
    Harry Redknapp to go on trial for tax evasion | Mail Online

    He has been charged with two counts of tax evasion during his time as manager of Portsmouth. Former chairman Milan Mandaric will also go on trial at Southwark Crown Court in July.

    Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp Faces Tax Evasion Charges | CaughtOffside

    Mr Redknapp and Mr Mandaric will stand trial in July at Southwark Crown Court. Ex-chief executive Peter Storrie will also be tried on unconnected charges.
    Source: BBC


    caught offside also quotes from the bbc saying that its in july.

    so his trial is reported in july but this itk seems to think its next week. I'm gonna trust the report over some bloody itk.



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    Who's Garry Redknapp ;)?
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    my thoughts exactly....
  4. grottim Well-Known Member

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    as soon as i saw that i was waiting for a correction i even tried to edit but dont think u can.
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    only mods can change it,fooking hate that lol
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  6. grottim Well-Known Member

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    haha yeah well the point still stands the itk is b*llocks :y15:
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    Fixed....

    .... and I put it in proper case which is a pet peeve of mine.

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    sweet jesus who let wordsworth in??? lol
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  10. Rev John Ripsher Moderator

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    And he can make this all go away by taking a cheque to the HMRC .

    Fcuking lawyers .
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    It's gone so far now that they probably wouldn't let him just hand a cheque in lol
  12. Rivron these are small those cows are far away

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    Well one thing's for sure - 'Arry isn't as stupid as Lester Piggott, who wrote a cheque to the Revenue from an account the Revenue previously hadn't been aware of.:laughter:
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    They have to , it is their remit , they must accept the money if it is offered at any time . Going to court is the last thing they do if the accused will not pay . It is the money they want & only the money . They will however make an example of him , the authorities never get all their money back if they have to go to trial so they have to accept a settlement , it is in their guidance rules .

    The lawyers are telling Harry he can win . They have already cost him probably 10 times what is owed . I just do not see the point over such a relatively small amount of money .

    If he is as worried as he says he is , then throw some money at the problem and make it go away .
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  14. CmonyouSpurs Well-Known Member

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    Incidentally, I'd use that same method to get rid of our striker problem! :001_302:
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    I just wanna point out if this is a windup its not my mate whos doing the windup hes a die hard yid like us lol

    im gonna let him know the trials in july lol
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    Bloody Milan Mandaric. The man's a bad influence. Harry would usually be nothing but above board with money...:y15:
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    Apparently Les Allen has been telling anyone in Ingatestone that Redknapp is going to Chelsea and it will be tied up soon, which probably helped spark the rumours
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    Chelsea tell worried Spurs: We won't go for Harry Redknapp


    Harry Redknapp has assured Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy he will not leave for Chelsea this summer.
    Standard Sport understands Levy contacted senior officials at Stamford Bridge in a bid to flush out any interest in the Spurs manager succeeding Carlo Ancelotti.
    Levy was reassured that the Blues are not keen on making a formal approach for Redknapp, who had reportedly been sounded out through private channels over the position following a breakdown in communication with his chairman.


    It is thought the pair disagreed over Tottenham's summer transfer policy with Redknapp insisting that the squad need substantial investment to regain a top-four place in the Premier League next season.
    Levy stressed the need to "streamline" the squad in comments made upon the release of the club's half-year accounts for the six months ending on 31 December.


    Key squad members Luka Modric and Gareth Bale have attracted interest from Europe's top teams but Redknapp has warned their departure would undermine the progress Spurs have made since he took over in October 2008.
    Last month, Bale extended his contract until 2015 but is thought to be open to a move abroad while Modric may find it hard to resist interest from Manchester United with Sir Alex Ferguson keen to re‑energise his midfield.
    Levy has cashed in on players in the past and with Redknapp fearful of a repeat this summer, the pair were understood to be at loggerheads. That prompted a flurry of bets on Redknapp becoming Chelsea manager, forcing bookmakers to slash the odds on the 64-year-old former West Ham boss taking the reins in west London.


    But lengthy discussions were held last week and Redknapp is understood to have indicated he will not leave Spurs for Chelsea, who had also registered a firm interest in attempting to lure Spurs' chief scout Ian Broomfield.
    Redknapp will still be expected to reduce a bloated squad - with David Bentley, Niko Kranjcar and Sebastien Bassong among those almost certain to leave. Off the field he must contest two charges of tax evasion which could force his absence from the club's pre‑season tour to South Africa in July.


    Chelsea tell worried Spurs: We won't go for Harry Redknapp | Football
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    Well that's nice of Chelsea! Lol. It would have been alot better if Harry showed some loyalty and killed the gossip before it began.
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    don't think he'll go
    Hiddink confirmed today, he is ready to train both national team and the club as he is full of energy and has already had good experience training PSV + Australia and Chelsea + Russia.
    We also shouldn't forget, that loosing to Belgium in the nearest Euro-2012 Q match will certainly provide Hiddink's dismiss from the Turkish national team coaching and unemployment.

    I suppose Hiddink is about 80-85% to become next Chelski's coach. They are good friends with Abramovich as well and that's the point too.
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    I really doubt that Harry and Levy have had issues over the transfer policy. Both must know we need to get a striker, amongst other players, but that we also have a massive squad. If the article was saying they had a bust up over the amount of funds given to Harry, then I'd understand. But that article makes it seem like Harry wants to have the biggest squad ever.
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    think the problem is levy wants to sign young lads and harry wants older more experienced players
  24. ShaneOMac Active Member

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    THEN SACK HIM LEVY!!

    Hahaha honestly I can't stand Del Boy's wheeler dealer signings and I'm a fan of his :D
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    That didn't make much sense... how exactly can you tell the difference?
  26. Mvtaylor New Member

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    I take it as...

    I can't stand (Harry)'s wheeler dealing signings (even though) I'm a fan of (Harry)

    Glad he's not going to be honest, would be the worst thing that could have happened to us and likely caused a Domino effect of Modric slapping down a transfer request etc
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