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Harry Redknapp Says He Never Criticises A Referee: Spurs Manager’s Memory Fails Him At Stoke

by | 12th, December 2011

HARRY Redknapp, manager of Spurs and a tip to the next England manager, explains what he never does but doing what he never does. Tottenham have lost 2-1 at Stoke.

“I accept defeat, I never complain about referees’ decisions — have not done it in 30 years of management — but today, I’m afraid, he got some badly wrong.”

Adding:

“I felt like he was quite enjoying giving us nothing.”

Previously:

“I just question the referee’s overall performance which I thought was inept. Every game I see this season has seven or eight bookings. I think it’s frightening.” – H. Redknapp, February 2008.

“I never walk in after games and complain about a referee but this guy is scary. He’s a poor referee and I’ve seen him make a mess of so many games. He’s really not good enough.” – H. Redknapp, December 2008

Penalty! Never!!

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Stoke City's Peter Crouch (centre) in action as Tottenham Hotspur's Emmanuel Adebayor (left) and Scott Parker (right) look on.



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