Harry Redknapp reveals his biggest achievement as a manager
QPR manager Harry Redknapp believes that taking Bournemouth to the Championship was his biggest achievement, beating keeping Portsmouth up and winning the FA Cup as well as taking Tottenham into the Champions League.
The 65-year-old also admitted that he loved his time as manager at West Ham as well as Spurs.
“Not really,” Redknapp said. “I think getting promoted with Bournemouth.
“They had never been out of the third or fourth division and to take them to the Championship as it is now.
“That put me on the road.
“Then going to Portsmouth and getting them promoted. That was a fantastic time for me.
“Going back there was a great time as well. We stayed up when we looked if were doomed.
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“I’d have got slaughtered if was hadn’t have stayed up. I loved Tottenham and West Ham – they had some great young players.”