Harry's Games: Inside the Mind of Harry Redknapp

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Little, Brown Book Group, Apr 18, 2013 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Who is Harry Redknapp? Football genius or football chancer? Master tactician or practical joker? How is it that even when he was facing court proceedings for tax evasion so many people were still seriously tipping him to be the next England manager? How can one man have two such diametrically opposed and incompatible career trajectories? Does the longing to have an English manager in charge of the national side warp people's thinking?'

To Portsmouth fans, Redknapp was the man who walked on water and won them an FA Cup. To Southampton fans, he is still the devil incarnate who had them relegated before jumping ship to their arch rivals. Spurs fans aren't sure what he is, bit don't care as long as he keeps the team together and winning. Sometimes he's the Messiah, at others the clown. Whoever he is, Crace is determined to find out.

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Review: Harry's Games: The Biography of Harry Redknapp. by John Crace

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As a Spurs fan, I found this book to be very insightful, though somewhat repetitive. Harry Redknapp certainly divides opinions but one thing cannot be denied, his Tottenham sides were always entertaining. Read full review

Review: Harry's Games: The Biography of Harry Redknapp. by John Crace

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interesting book following the career of harry redknapp from a west ham wiger through his playing career ending at Bournemouth and his managerial career from Bournemouth to qpr via Portsmouth west ham and spurs and a neutral and fair look at the insights of the man who is harry redknapp Read full review

About the author (2013)

John Crace is a staff feature writer for the Guardian, where he is best known for the literary pastiche 'Digested Read'. He has also written several books, including Vertigo: One Football Fan's Fear of Success. He lives in south-west London but travels to N17 for every home game.

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