Redknapp lays down the law for QPR - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The new Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp says his players need to up their effort levels or face life in the reserves.
Redknapp has been brought in as the new manager to replace Mark Hughes who was sacked before the weekend defeat at Manchester United. Redknapp says the club needs to start doing the simple things in order to get out of the current mess they are in. QPR are rock bottom of the table seven points off of 17th place.
One of the areas that the former Tottenham Hotspur manager has demanded more from his players is effort. He has given the simple message that if he selects a player and he doesn’t give everything he has then he will be dropped for someone else who will come in and run himself into the ground for the team.
Redknapp told BBC Sport:
“We’ve got to do better to give ourselves any chance of getting out of this mess. I need 11 people with ability to put effort in. If they don’t they’...