Harry Redknapp says vacant Rovers managerial job ‘not for him’
London: Former Tottenham Hotspurs manager Harry Redknapp has distanced himself from the vacant managerial position at Venky’s owned Championship club Blackburn Rovers.
Redknapp rubbished reports that he was in Blackburn to hold talks over a contract to replace former boss Steve Kean, and said that this wasn’t the ideal job for him.
“They’ve got a good squad and a good support but it’s not for me,” a daily quoted Redknapp, as saying.
“According to a couple of the papers I was in Blackburn this morning. I wasn’t in Blackburn,” he added.
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