- Harry Redknapp took charge of Tottenham in October 2008 following the sacking of Juande Ramos, with the club having taken just two points from their first eight games.
- He led them to an eighth-place finish and an appearance in the League Cup final, which they lost to Manchester United.
- In his first full season in charge, he guided Spurs to fourth position taking them into the Champions League for the first time.
- Since then Redknapp has twice failed to secure Champions League football at White Hart Lane, including this season when Chelsea snatched the last available place away from them with their win over Bayern.
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