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Harry Redknapp remains upbeat

Birmingham City
15:00, Wednesday 13 September 2017
The Blues manager says he can see nothing but positive signs about Blues.Redknapp has not stood on ceremony re-shaping the side and the potential fruits of the labour were there to see at Elland Road, despite the 2-0 defeat to Leeds United.Six players who made their debuts at Norwich City were again

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Re: Harry Redknapp remains upbeat

Tank replying to Birmingham City
15:31, Wednesday 13 September 2017
Had you persuaded Robbie Keane to have joined us
A PROLIFIC goalscorer
We would have beaten both Norwich and Leeds
Hey ho
A very thin line between success and failure
Rub a dub dub
Woof bark donkey
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Re: Harry Redknapp remains upbeat

QBBC2 replying to Tank
15:40, Wednesday 13 September 2017
He'd be out with a hamstring injury.
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Re: Harry Redknapp remains upbeat

Ricky Blotto replying to Tank
16:23, Wednesday 13 September 2017
Are you a shitter mystic meg?
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Harry Redknapp makes this prediction about Birmingham City's future

Birmingham Mail replying to Birmingham City
16:00, Wednesday 13 September 2017
The manager predicts the long-term future at BCFC is bright

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Harry Redknapp: “We’ll be alright. We’ll be fine”

BCFC Followers replying to Birmingham City
09:55, Thursday 14 September 2017
After Tuesday nights display against an unstoppable Leeds side, Redknapp is confident his new-look team has what it takes to rise up the table. Blues were a goal down with 10 minutes to play but were suckerpunched by a Leeds counter attack to make it a flattering 2-0 to the home side. You only had [

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