It Shouldn’t Happen to a Manager

It Shouldn t Happen to a Manager After years in football management there s not a lot I haven t seen There ve been big highs but a fair share of lows too When I have to make difficult decisions I make a point of avoiding newspa

  • Title: It Shouldn’t Happen to a Manager
  • Author: Harry Redknapp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After 40 years in football management, there s not a lot I haven t seen There ve been big highs, but a fair share of lows too When I have to make difficult decisions, I make a point of avoiding newspapers, phone ins, Twitter all of it But there s always a load of armchair pundits waiting to start on me Being a manager has never been easy, but between the fans and theAfter 40 years in football management, there s not a lot I haven t seen There ve been big highs, but a fair share of lows too When I have to make difficult decisions, I make a point of avoiding newspapers, phone ins, Twitter all of it But there s always a load of armchair pundits waiting to start on me Being a manager has never been easy, but between the fans and the media it often feels impossible to get it right.In It Shouldn t Happen to a Manager, I talk about how different the job is now from what it was like when I used to play For one, managers used to drive up and down motorways all day to scout for players now there s so much analysis and global scouting It s a different thing, completely In this book, I share everything I ve learnt from a lifetime of both wins and losses, and wisdom from greats like Cloughie and Ferguson I ll tell you about what actually happens in the dressing room, including when Clough smashed the door off its hinges the bust ups at full time, like when I kicked a tray of sandwiches on Don Hutchinson s head and the times when I had to swap an arm round a player s shoulder for a boot up the arse It s my guide to being a manager, the Harry way.

    One thought on “It Shouldn’t Happen to a Manager”

    1. Amusing in places and an interesting view of football in placesBit too much autobiography volume II rather than actual insight into being a manager though

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