Redknapp: I don’t look at myself and think I’ve got to managing this club and that club
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has no qualms at being at Loftus Road, despite being linked with the England job earlier in the year.
The 65-year-old was sacked by Tottenham in June and, after five months without a club, has returned to management with rock-bottom Queens Park Rangers.
“Not at all,” Redknapp said, when asked if he expected to be at a higher placed club.
“I don’t look at myself and think I’ve got to managing this club and that club.
“There are a lot of clever guys in the lower divisions who don’t get the opportunity.
“When I met the people I thought they were genuinely fantastic people.
“I’m not saying that because I want a pay rise, or a new contract.
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“If I don’t do the job I’ll get the sack. You’re judged on results. They’re proper people, believe you me.”