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Harry Seconds From the Sack?

Harry Seconds From the Sack?


The Mirror reported that Harry was one game from the sack when we faced Man City Saturday.

I think that this is complete rubbish but this is the extract from there paper;

'HARRY REDKNAPP was just seconds from the sack before Pedro Mendes' injury-time winner saved his job as Portsmouth manager.

Pompey's Russian millionaire co-owner Sacha Gaydamak and chairman Milan Mandaric held secret talks on the eve of their clash with Manchester City and were set to axe him if they did not win.

Tycoon Gaydamak, who has pumped £27million into the club and on new signings since January, has been losing faith with Redknapp because of the club's dismal run.

Serbian millionaire Mandaric fought to bring Redknapp back to the club but Gaydamak believed if they did not win against City it was time to change the manager in a desperate last throw of the dice.

But midfielder Mendes gave Redknapp one final chance with his last-gasp winner to complete Portsmouth's first three-pointer since December 31 and Gaydamak's first victory since buying into the club.'

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Date:Tuesday March 14 2006
Time: 3:24PM

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Same rubbish they always print i think
lmatthews
14/03/2006 16:18:00
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Same rubbish they always print i think
lmatthews
14/03/2006 16:18:00
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Same rubbish they always print i think
lmatthews
14/03/2006 16:18:00
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Same rubbish they always print i think
lmatthews
14/03/2006 16:18:00
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crap, no point bringing anyone in now, its far too late for late, if we go down, we go down with redknapp in charge
paultsmouth
14/03/2006 16:50:00
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crap, no point bringing anyone in now, its far too late for late, if we go down, we go down with redknapp in charge
paultsmouth
14/03/2006 16:50:00
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crap, no point bringing anyone in now, its far too late for late, if we go down, we go down with redknapp in charge
paultsmouth
14/03/2006 16:50:00
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crap, no point bringing anyone in now, its far too late for late, if we go down, we go down with redknapp in charge
paultsmouth
14/03/2006 16:50:00
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Agree with both of the above, who wants to look in the Mirror anyway, and Harry should go down with the ship, somebody else would anyway....in fact more chance of the latter.
pompeygray
14/03/2006 21:51:00
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Agree with both of the above, who wants to look in the Mirror anyway, and Harry should go down with the ship, somebody else would anyway....in fact more chance of the latter.
pompeygray
14/03/2006 21:51:00
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