Huddersfield's Mark Robins is the first managerial casualty of the 2014-15 Football League season.
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QPR have signed full-back Jack Robinson from Liverpool and immediately loaned him out to Huddersfield.
The 20-year-old England Under-21 international has penned a four-year deal with Rangers, but will spend the first of them with Championship side Huddersfield.
The Football League is familiar territory for Robinson, who has spent time with Wolves and Blackpool over recent years.
Robinson has made 11 appearances for Liverpool but, with manager Brendan Rodgers having numerous full-back options, he has decided to move on.
"Jack is one for the future. He's a good young player," Redknapp said.
"He'll continue his development at Huddersfield this season in the Championship, where I'm sure he'll do well."
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The first managerial departure of the season has occurred before the Community Shield.
Yeovil's Sky Bet Championship survival bid was left in tatters after Huddersfield snatched a late 2-1 win at Huish Park.
Nahki Wells had put the Terriers ahead before Tom Lawrence grabbed an equaliser but Adam Clayton lashed in a late winner for the visitors to leave the Glovers six points from safety and rooted to the bottom of the table with two matches remaining.
Yeovil now require an improbable set of results and a considerable swing in goal difference to maintain their second-tier status.
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