At This Time Redknapp Had Also Become One Of The Massmarketed Poster

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He is now a football pundit with Sky Sports, and an editorial columnist with the Daily Mail. Kenny Dalglish had paid £350,000 for Redknapp, who was still only 17 at the time. At this time, Redknapp had also become one of the mass-marketed poster boy icons of the newly developing FA Premier League where, alongside other photogenic young players like Manchester United players Ryan Giggs and Lee Sharpe, he was used ceaselessly in commercials, advertising spots and for the league’s promotional purposes in merchandising and sales, with the result being that football stars had become idols on par with rock stars and pop stars, by and around the mid to late 1990s. On the pitch, Redknapp established himself as a key midfielder during the time Roy Evans managed at Anfield.

Redknapp Was Also Capped 17 Times By England Scoring One Goal

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He is now a football pundit with Sky Sports, and an editorial columnist with the Daily Mail. He also picked up winner’s medals in the FA Community Shield and the UEFA Super Cup in 2001 (though he was an unused substitute in both games). Redknapp was also capped 17 times by England, scoring one goal.

Redknapp Was Allowed To Join Glenn Hoddles Tottenham Hotspur On A Free

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In a career that was blighted by a succession of injuries, Redknapp was as famous for his media profile off the field as much as on it. Redknapp started his career at Tottenham Hotspur as a youth player but turned down their offer of a contract to play for Bournemouth under his father, manager Harry Redknapp, before going on to play for Liverpool where Redknapp will be remembered for his best performances. Redknapp started out on the road to professional football as a schoolboy at Tottenham Hotspur but began his professional career, at the age of 16, in 1989 at Bournemouth, then managed by his father, Harry. On the pitch, Redknapp established himself as a key midfielder during the time Roy Evans managed at Anfield. His contributions helped the club back into the top three of the FA Premiership but a knee injury curtailed his involvement in the 2000-01 season and in a bid to cure long-standing injury troubles he underwent knee surgery under renowned knee specialist Dr Richard Steadman in the United States. On 27 October 2001 he played and scored in a 2-0 win over Charlton Athletic at The Valley, and then 3 days later he played what would prove to be his last game for the Merseyside club against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. Redknapp was allowed to join Glenn Hoddle’s Tottenham Hotspur on a free transfer on 18 April 2002 with just a couple of fixtures remaining of the 2001-02 season. Redknapp played 49 times for Spurs scoring 4 goals in his two-and-a-half years with the club before becoming his father, Harry ‘s, first signing for Southampton on 4 January 2005.

His Father Is The Manager Of Tottenham Hotspur Harry Redknapp

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Jamie Frank Redknapp (born 25 June 1973, in Barton on Sea, Hampshire) is a retired English footballer who was active from 1989 until 2005. His father is the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Redknapp. Redknapp was also capped 17 times by England, scoring one goal. Kenny Dalglish had paid £350,000 for Redknapp, who was still only 17 at the time. Redknapp became vice- and then full club captain by 1999-2000 following the departures of John Barnes, Steve McManaman and Paul Ince. On 27 October 2001 he played and scored in a 2-0 win over Charlton Athletic at The Valley, and then 3 days later he played what would prove to be his last game for the Merseyside club against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
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