On the 13th of June 2012 makes it a successive four years for Harry Redknapp as Tottenham Hotspur’s Manager. But, it was so dishearten to hear a lovely romance relationship with †ђǝ Chairman(Daniel Levy) have to come to an end.
Harry Redknapp who took the job when Tottenham was in 20th in the league..and he took the club to top four two season ago. Harry and his team were no doubt at the verge of acclaiming a silver-ware and a Champions League game, but it was Chelsea that was a torn in their flesh. They were beaten in the FA Cup Semi-final by Chelsea, though in a controversial fashion. And when it seems they have gotten the ticket for the Champions League spot, after having clinched fourth position in the Premier League, Chelsea AGAIN stopped them from playing next season Champions League. This is due to Chelsea winning the me competition against Bayern Munich in the final, which automatically qualifies them (Chelsea) to play next season despite clinching 6th in the table(PL).
Now, Harry Redknapp has been sacked, after Daniel Levy said he want a “change in direction” and Moyes (Everton’s Coach) has been drawn for a strong replacement after having tagged the favorite.
Other candidates are Roberto Martinez, Andre Villas Boas, and Jurgen Klinsmann.
Congrat Roberto Di’Matteo:
The Irony of Life is when someone get promoted, another get demoted. Such is †ђǝ case of Roberto di’ Matteo and Harry Redknapp!
Roberto Di Matteo has targeted restoring Chelsea as Premier League title contenders next season after the Italian was rewarded for claiming London’s first European Cup last month by securing the manager’s job on a full-time basis.
And with the accusation of Eden Hazard from Lille for £32m and Marko Marin from Werder Bremen for £7m, counterbalancing the loss of Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou and José Bosingwa, who have left under freedom of contract, could possibly bring the club the desired silver-ware(s).
Further movement is expected in and out of the club, with Michael Essien and Florent Malouda effectively available for transfer and strong interest retained in the Porto forward Hulk.
The Chelsea chief executive, Ron Gourlay, claimed Di Matteo was “the clear choice” to take over, which the club with no option that to reward him byy appointing him the Manager.