Redknapp backs Premier League rival for International post

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that he thinks Neil Warnock is a possible candidate to become the next England manager following his impressive achievements with QPR.
When Warnock took over as QPR manager in March 2010, the club was close to relegation from the Championship, however he was able to steer them away from trouble and guided them to promotion the following season.

Following the promotion, Tony Fernandes became the new co-owner of the club and has backed Warnock with money, and now the R’s currently sit at 10th in the Premier League after a series of impressive results; including last week’s shocking 1-0 victory over derby rivals Chelsea.

The former Sheffield United manager’s style of coaching has been heavily criticized in the past due to his outspoken character; however Redknapp claims this makes him a better manager.

The Spurs chief is the bookie’s favourite to take the Three Lions post next summer, as the F.A hinted that they would prefer an English manager rather than extend current boss Fabio Capello’s contract.

Warnock is a massive outsider to land the job, although Redknapp does not see a reason why he is not a good enough manager to fill the vacancy.

“I’m sure he could do the job,” the Tottenham boss said.
“If you have good players you have a chance. Neil has done fantastically. To walk in there and take them up in his first full season takes some doing.

“People think it’s easy but they’ve all been trying and no-one got near it. Suddenly he walks in and up they go.”

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