London – Harry Redknapp will not long leave of absence from the world of football, because next season he will be back to try his luck as a manager.
Redknapp himself last time became manager of Queens Park Rangers before resigning earlier this month because of the focus on the recovery of knee problem.
This decision was taken because Redknapp did not want to disturb his knee injury at QPR, who indeed need full attention for the sake survive in the Premier League. QPR is currently held by Chris Ramsey previously Redknapp’s assistant.
But Redknapp will not idle for long recovery after undergoing injury, 67-year-old man will soon be back looking for work in the clubs that do require his services next season.
“I will return to coaching next season. Pause season is coming and I will try to find a job anywhere because I love this profession,” Redknapp said on Sky Sports.
“Honestly I do not know what else I should do. I do not have any activities in the home and only football I love. I still feel like that before,” he continued.
“My knee problem to be completed within one or two weeks, so I’m ready to train again and I’m looking forward immediately through it again.”
During his career, Redknapp has coached several clubs such as Bournemouth, West Ham, Portsmouth, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.