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Harry Redknapps Disgraceful Liverpool Comments

No Love Lost
I realise media darling Arry is out of work and needs the publicity but his comments on Liverpool football club are I feel very insulting to Brendan Rogers.
Good Ole Arry states it is the worst Liverpool team ever and they are lucky to have any points. There is no shape to the team and then he slags of a young left back.
Sounds like Redknapp is still bitter that his own career has went down the pan, lets face it he is an expert on average teams. Daniel Levy seen through his disloyalty to Tottenham and despite thinking he was a certainty for England the FA decided no thanks.
One FA Cup with Pompie in nearly 40 years of management and he thinks he can come out with such nonsense. Would he have made such remarks if he was still a Premiership manager? I think not.
It might not be a good Liverpool side compared to the great sides they have had in the past but his comments about Gerrard and Carragher being the reason for the decline is more guff.
Carragher was a very average centre half and Gerrard had been on the slide for about the last 3 seasons before Rogers decided it was time to ease him out the door. Losing Suarez has had a far bigger impact on Liverpool than those 2 legends.
The truth is despite winning a Champions League in 2005 this great club has been in decline for years. Not once winning the Premiership is a shocking statistic but there are numerous reasons for that, which in my opinion is mainly down to bad overseas ownership.
This performance for the media today also begs the question why is he singling out Liverpool. Man United are in decline, City and Chelsea are on top due to financial muscle and quite frankly if he wants to talk ordinary that could apply to every other club in the top flight.
The man lacks class and clearly has a very high opinion of himself. If I was Brendan Rogers I would tell him to shut his ignorant mouth. Manage Liverpool Harry, in your dreams.
Whilst I have no problems with pundits who tell it as it is, spouting nonsense to get yourself in the papers is pathetic. I believe there must be a personal beef between him and the club or his son has been upset by someone at the club. No othe reason in my opinion for such snidey comments.
Finally when is Arry going to tell us the real reason he left QPR. Another relegation on his cv was too much to bare. If QPR were challenging for a Champions League spot would he have said sorry guv I am handing in my notice as I need to go into hospital. The answer to that is no.
Now he is back today letting everybody know I am looking for a job.
I for one hope he finds a club soon, the man is clearly not cut out for punditry. As a betting man I can guarantee one thing though, he will not manage in the top flight again. None of them pay cash in hand.
As for punditry I will stick to Roy Keane thank you.

Despite only being 3 points of a top 4 spot the Liverpool owners decide its time for a fresh face.
12xbetting rate Brendan Rogers as a decent manager and would like to wish him well for the future.
No doubt Redknapp will be happy, however as of today Harry remains without a club.



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 2. Bet Online
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 4. Use odds checker sites
5. Look for value
 6. When backing multiple bets use permutations
 7. Check team websites : team news
 8. Check previous meeting statistics
 9. Check home and away statistics
10. Consider a new managers effect
 11. Check the goal difference columns
 12. Look at teams played when analysing early league tables
13. Learn a sides bogey team ( yes it happens )
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 2. Be attracted to bookmaker promotions
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