Harry Redknapp may be under immense pressure at Queens Park Rangers, but he will not quit. That’s the opinion of Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Brad Friedel, who believes that the Englishman will turn things around at QPR.
‘He’s not one to walk, he’ll stick in there’, the 43-year-old told talkSPORT. ‘If results don’t go well, he might find himself pushed out but that’s football. It’s a results industry.
'He won’t quit, hopefully for his, and QPR’s sake, results turn around. If they don’t. we all know what’s going to happen, it’s inevitable in football’.
Friedel has worked with Redknapp so he would know. However, there can be no doubt that the 67-year-old has to improve his team’s performances quickly.
Heading into this weekend’s round of matches in the Premier League, Rangers find themselves at the foot of the table with just four points from seven matches.
QPR have won just one game, have scored four goals and conceded 15 – and Redknapp needs to improve on all these stats.
Redknapp has shown in the past that he is a very good manager who can help teams wriggle out of the worst situations, and he will have to do that once again with QPR this term.