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Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp was born in 1947 in Poplar, East London. After starting out as a trainee at Tottenham, he signed for West Ham and played for them between 1965 and 1972. He also played for Bournemouth and the Seattle Sounders before injury took him into management and coaching. He has managed at Bournemouth, West Ham, Portsmouth (twice), Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and currently QPR. He won the FA Cup with Portsmouth in 2008 and took Spurs into the Champions League in 2010. He is married to Sandra and has two sons, Mark and Jamie (who played for Liverpool, Tottenham and England). He is also uncle to Frank Lampard. He has two bulldogs called Rosie and Buster.

Born in Hampshire in 1973, Jamie Redknapp made his debut for Bournemouth at the age of 16. He signed for Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool in 1991 and stayed at Anfield until 2002, in the process making more than 300 appearances, scoring in excess of 40 goals, and winning the League Cup in 1995 and both the Charity Shield and UEFA Super Cup in 2001. Redknapp subsequently played for Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton, and won 17 caps for England. He retired in 2005 on medical advice. Jamie is a principal pundit on Sky Sports' football coverage, writes weeekly columns for the Daily Mail, and is a team captain on Sky's two-time BAFTA-winning sports panel show A League of Their Own. He has two sons and lives in Surrey.

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