Harry Redknapp has had a long and distinguished managerial career spanning multiple decades and seven different English clubs but the pinnacle of his managerial career was undoubtedly when he was in-charge of Tottenham Hotspur.
Redknapp took over the reins at Spurs in 2008 when they were bottom of the table with just two points from their first eight games. The 71-year-old guided Tottenham to a respectable eight place finish that season and to Champions League qualification the next season for the first time in the club’s history.
Since then Tottenham haven’t looked back, consistently finishing in the top six and competing in the Champions League fairly regularly.
Even though it’s been six years since Redknapp left Spurs, it’s clear that the Tottenham faithful haven’t forgotten his contribution to the club. Redknapp was at the Amex stadium doing punditry work for BT Sport last night as Brighton took on Tottenham. The away fans spotted their former manager sitting in the studio and went into a chorus of ‘there’s only one Harry Redknapp’.
Redknapp clearly loved the attention as he waved to the Tottenham fans a couple of times when they broke into the song.
Check out the moment below:
— Chris Cowlin (@ChrisCowlin) September 22, 2018