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Tough luck, Ukraine. Harry Redknapp, in the end, turned down the big hryvnias in order to make a much-welcomed return to his natural habitat of the English top flight. It turns out that our beloved ‘Arry (or real Christian name Henry, as only his mother would call him) was hankering for a meatier challenge than trying to guide a middling national team through a quagmire of a World Cup qualification group. That’s more Roy Hodgson’s bag. In any case, challenges do not come much more meaty at present than the one that befalls the former Tottenham gaffer at Loftus Road, where his job description entails attempting to persuade a motley bunch of former Champions League, Serie A and Premier League winners to try and give at least half a toss on a mere few hundred thousand quid a month. That at least in theory should be the hard part as in Queen’s Park Rangers Redknapp has a squad at his disposal which is easily good enough to finish in one of the top seventeen positions, and some of the fi...
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