2010 – Year of the Redknapp


There can be no doubt that Harry Redknapp has had an impact at Spurs and 2010 is surely a year to remember.

Harry’s (and Spurs) league record in 2010 stands as follows:

Played 37, Won 19, Drew 9, Lost 9

Points Per game 1.78, the highest of any Spurs manager in history ultimately taking Spurs into fourth place and the Champions League for the first time.

Harry has been in charge for 127 games at Spurs, winning 65, drawing 30 and losing 32. He is Spurs most successful manager in terms of games played and sits ahead of Burkinshaw(2nd) and David Pleat(3rd) in terms of successful games played. Of course he has yet to bring Silverware to the Lane but this team is full of quality, determination and a team spirit that fans have not seen for quite some years. It seems an age ago that we were lining up away at Ipswich with a front line of Willem Korsten and Gary Doherty and slumping to a 3-0 loss while George Graham looked on wondering why his stone age tactics were no longer working.

So the highlights of 2010 are many, there has been a double over Arsenal, the beating of Chelsea, the Inter Milan games, the signing of Van Der Vaart and the emergence of Gareth Bale. Here is a selection of the years highlights in video form. Enjoy and have a happy new year. COYS!

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