Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is confident he will be in charge by transfer deadline day, dismissing suggestions that he’s close to the sack, reports Sky
“What would happen to Sky if I’m not here on transfer window day? It’s a lot of nonsense isn’t it really? But you’ve got to put up with it. I’m not going to lose any sleep over anything. I’ve been around a long time. I love what I do, I want to continue doing it, I work hard at my job, but if (club owner) Tony (Fernandes) decides he wants to make a change that’s up to him. But he’s not said anything to me,” said Redknapp.
Queens Park Rangers have been struggling upon their promotion to the Premier League, with the London side failing to pick up a single point away from home. They recently lost at Loftus Road to Manchester United, which has kept them in the relegation zone after 22 games.
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