Harry Redknapp has left as job as Tottenham manager.
Newspapers report that Harry Redknapp could be on his way out of Tottenham.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp says his chance to manage the national side has gone.
England captain, Steven Gerrard, believes anyone who dodges international duty is wrong and he called on Redknapp to name the players in question. He said: "I don't know who he means. Is it five years ago? 10 years ago? We need names. If it's the case, it's disgusting."
– Harry Redknapp, speaking to BBC Radio Five Live
When I was at Tottenham, when full internationals came around, there were two or three players who did not want to play for England.
They would come to me 10 days before the game and say, 'Gaffer, get me out of that game, I don't want to play in that game'. I'd say, 'you're playing for your country, you should want to play'.
(They would say) 'Nah, my girlfriend is having a baby in four weeks, I don't want to play' and that is the truth, so it makes you wonder.
Steven Gerrard has called on Harry Redknapp to name and shame the former Tottenham stars who he claims skipped England duty.
Redknapp claimed some English players asked him to pull them out of national games when he was in charge at White Hart Lane.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has told ITV News that he believes that only English people should play football for England.
Speaking to Charlene White at a book signing in the capital today, he said he supported England player Jack Wilshere's call for a change in Fifa residency rules. He also criticised the head of the FA saying he hasn't got a clue about football.
QPR manager Harry Rednapp has revealed the club's two new players, Tom Carroll and Matt Phillips, will be part of tomorrow's squad taking on Birmingham. The other two last-minute signings, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Niko Kranjcar, will still be sidelined as they recover from injuries.
Redknapp did however hint he'd be happy to take Emmanuel Adebayor onboard, if Spurs would loan him out.
Birmingham v Watford
Bournemouth v Charlton
Millwall v Yeovil
QPR v Sheff Wed
Reading v Ipswich
Carlisle v Leyton Orient
Crawley v Coventry
Port Vale v Brentford
Stevenage v Oldham
Fleetwood v Dag & Red
Southend v Plymouth
Torquay v AFC Wimbledon
Wycombe v Morecambe
Arsenal v Napoli
The Queens Park Rangers Manager Harry Redknapp said he expects his team to be in contention for promotion back to the Premier League though he has warned it will be tough. QPR start the new season at home to Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
Football manager Harry Redknapp could face a trial after pleading not guilty to two motoring offences.
The Queens Park Rangers manager is accused of speeding at 38mph in a 30mph zone on The Avenue in Poole, Dorset, on October 23 last year.
He has also been charged with failing to supply the driver's identity as required under The Road Traffic Act.
Redknapp did not attend a hearing at Bournemouth Magistrates' Court where Jonathan Morrissey, defending, entered not guilty pleas on his behalf.
A spokeswoman for the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed that Redknapp, who lives in Sandbanks, Poole, had been charged with the two offences.
The Bournemouth Echo reported that Charles Nightingale, prosecuting, told the court Redknapp had not been able to ascertain whether he or wife Sandra had been driving the domestically-registered vehicle at the time of the alleged offences.
It said the trial could be dropped if the information is provided.
Time is running out for QPR if they want to stay in the Premier League.
Their chairman Tony Fernandes has said he wants Harry Redknapp to stay as manager even if they do go down.
But Redknapp thinks that his team need to beat their fellow strugglers Wigan on Sunday:
A defeat at the weekend would put the west London strugglers at least eight points from safety.
QPR Manager Harry Redknapp has said he hopes chairman Tony Fernandes stays at the club. The businessman tweeted yesterday that he would leave if he couldn't fix the team's problems - QPR are currently bottom of the Premier League.