Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Harry Redknapp’

Jose Mourinho

::: FistedAway today welcomes a guest post from Elliott, editor of the rather lovely Futfanatico :::
Never before have the parallel universes of entertainment, movies and sport, come so closely intertwined. After a dismal 0-0 draw with Mallorca last week, Florentino Perez was not amused by Mourinho’s sombre post game press conference. Except for one part…

Crack reporter Elliott “LiesWhenNotHarassingArry” heard from an unconfirmed and potentially imaginary source that Perez has axed the Portuguese coach after a single game, a record even by Real Madrid standards. Perez told the press the usual spiel – Mourinho, simply put, had failed to deliver. Even though it was technically impossible for him to win La Liga after only one fixture, what with 38 games remaining, Perez is not a man known for his patience. Questions about remaining matches fell on deaf ears – the burly and bullish owner only heard “excuses.” And he had another plan in mind.

(more…)

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Following a successful recent loan spell, Gianfranco Zola is looking to make Snow a permanent signing. “Snow’s contribution to the Wolves game was the best striking performance of our season” said the increasingly haunted spectre of a once hirsute Shire horse.

Full story: Daily Mail

Harry Redknapp has signed some gritted dripping Slush, and despite its lack of consistency and rapidly depreciating ability, awarded it a contract of  £80,000 a week.

Full story: The Guardian

(more…)

Read Full Post »

Friends and colleagues of Harry Redknapp have publicly admitted they are worried for the mental health of the Portsmouth manager after a number of bizarre incidents during recent weeks.

Suspicions were first raised after the crafty manager referred to out of favour David Nugent as having ‘stalled this morning’; something that was at first seen as a joke, acknowledging his own image as a wheeler-dealer. However, increasingly frequent automotive references have left some members of the press wondering if there is a more serious problem.

(more…)

Read Full Post »