But Hoddle seems to suggests Redknapp's departure was something a little different
Glenn Hoddle Exclusive: Statement on leaving QPR Date: 3rd February 2015 at 7:41 pm Written by: Glenn Hoddle | Comments (1)
GLENN HODDLE last night released a statement to Zapsportz.com following the exit of Harry Redknapp as manager of QPR and his own departure from the club. He had joined Redknapp (pictured together, above) as first team coach last August. This is what Glenn had to say:
“I am a bit shocked and surprised, to tell you the truth. We all know football is a results-orientated businesss but I always felt that given a few more games, Harry could have turned it around down there at the bottom.
“It would have only taken a couple of good results to have achieved that as it is very tight down there.
“But that’s football for you. I have enjoyed coming back into coaching and I thanked Harry for giving me that opportunity to tip my toe back into the coaching arena.
“I have enjoyed every minute. I wished him all the best and I do sincerely hope QPR can stay up. I would love the players to turn it around as I have enjoyed working with them – and hope I have improved them.” ‹
I find the bit about Zarate amazing. We had a 90k a week budget to spend on loan players and spent 58k a week of it on an unfit Zarate who couldn't even play . so the last three weeks we threw away 180 k nearly all but three minutes, absurd