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Redknapp arrives at court with son Jamie

Harry Redknapp has 'back to the wall' court hears

Jurors hearing Harry Redknapp's tax evasion trial were warned today to "keep their eyes on the ball" when they consider their verdicts.

Harry Redknapp pictured arriving at court with son Jamie

Emotional Harry Redknapp vigorously denies lying in court

Harry Redknapp fought back tears in court today as he fiercely denied telling his tax evasion trial "a pack of lies".

Harry Redknapp (left) leaves Southwark Crown Court with his son Jamie

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Harry Redknapp arrives at Southwark Crown Court

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Football boss Harry Redknapp denied tax dodging by telling police "I couldn't even fill a team sheet in", a court heard today.

Harry Redknapp arrives at Southwark Crown Court

Harry Redknapp: 'Everything I do is above board'

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Harry Redknapp with striker Peter Crouch after he signed for Portsmouth in July 2008

Court told of bonus demand over Peter Crouch

The trial of Harry Redknapp has already claimed one victim: the gangly England striker Peter Crouch. Mr Redknapp had stuck up for the player, a court heard yesterday, in a dispute with their former chairman, who considered the forward "useless".

Redknapp pictured outside Southwark Crown Court

Harry Redknapp in threat over bungs claim

Football boss Harry Redknapp threatened to "sue the bollocks" off a journalist as he angrily denied taking bungs, a court heard today.

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