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Harry Redknapp drops retirement hint after sacking by Birmingham City

Harry Redknapp drops retirement hint after sacking by Birmingham City
From ESPN - September 17, 2017

Harry Redknapp says there is "every chance'" Birmingham will be the last team he will manage following his sacking on Saturday.

Redknapp was axed after a 3-1 home loss to Preston -- a seventh defeat in 10 matches in all competitions this season.

Asked if he thought the St Andrew's job would be his last in management, Redknapp told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme: "Every chance ... I doubt it will happen now very much.''

However, he continued: "I am a realist. I could go and help someone. I did it at Derby for a couple of months last year, helping Darren Wassall.''

Redknapp -- who has also managed Tottenham, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Southampton, QPR and Jordan -- added: "I am disappointed, but that's how it goes.

"I enjoyed my time and really enjoyed the job. It gave me a buzz every day. If I did not enjoy it, I would not have done it. The situation at my age is if I do not want to go to work, I wo not go to work.

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