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Redknapps Plan

Having masterminded a superb escape from relegation, Redknapp wants to try and ensure that next season sees the club challenge higher up in the Premiership.

Redknapp said 'I'll be going to France and possibly Italy next week to look at the last few games there and see who is around and available,' Redknapp admitted.

'I'm a bit behind some of other English club managers in drawing up plans, because when you are not sure what division you are going to be in it is difficult to get sign players.

'But we need a squad full of players who can just step in and do a job.

'Most clubs would be happy to have somebody like Alexandre Gaydamak come in and have Milan (Mandaric) stay on as chairman. That's good news.




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Date:Saturday May 6 2006

Time: 8:29PM

Your Comments

hopefully he'll go to buenos aries first and sign that little argie bloke
paultsmouth
how do you think you do next season then pompey fans?
jono_forest
with the right investment we have got to look at mid-table first and foremost, and any higher ie; europe placing a bonus
paultsmouth
Yes agree mid table should be our likely target and build from there. I suppose Birmingham aimed for that too at the beginning of 2005/06, so nothing is guaranteed in the football world.
pompeygray
France, italy, squad full of players. Look out, 20 out and 15 in before the end on july,lol.
FEn_100
Come on 5 out and 7 in more likely. Will we run with what we've got....I think not, we must strengthen in all departments.
pompeygray
 

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