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|Jol love this Harry|
|Topic Started: Tuesday, 15. November 2011, 22:04 (70 Views)|
|Kop in Kanada||Tuesday, 15. November 2011, 22:04 Post #1|
This was not the sedate Sunday afternoon Harry Redknapp needed as his recuperation from minor heart surgery continued in earnest. Tuning in for Tottenham's clash with Fulham, he was first confronted with the shocking sight of Ray Wilkins' creepy half-moustache - grown in aid of the Movember cause - before a frantic finale saw Fulham lay siege to Brad Friedel's net.
Doctors have told Harry he is strictly forbidden from giving any live interviews to Sky from golf courses until his month of rest is up, immediately presenting the channel with a huge hole in their midweek programming. In his absence Joe Jordan, Kevin Bond and handshake obsessive Clive Allen sported pained expressions as they clung on in the face of a second half bombardment at Craven Cottage.
In the home dugout, Martin Jol was wearing an exasperated expression, similar to the one he adopted when news of his sacking as Tottenham boss leaked out during a UEFA Cup tie at White Hart Lane four years ago. Fulham had a total of 31 attempts on goal but the forcefield around Brad Friedel's net stayed in place to give Harry just the tonic he required. Any more games like this, though, and he'll need some gin and a slice of lime to go with it.
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