Harry Redknapp waits for 'right job'
Monday 27 August 2012
Harry Redknapp hopes to return to manage at the top level in England after starting the Premier League season without a club.
The 65-year-old was sacked by Tottenham in June after four years in charge at White Hart Lane.
While insisting he is not rushing to return, Redknapp admits he would come back for the "right job" which would most likely be in England.
He said: "I've managed good players at Tottenham and at Portsmouth and at West Ham.
"When you've been working with top players it's very difficult to work with inferior players if you like. I think I am capable of managing at the very top level so we'll see what comes up."
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