Harry Redknapp joined Queens Park Rangers in November of 2012, and he’s seen plenty of ups and downs since then.
Today, he saw both in a wild finish at Loftus Road that saw his QPR side fall 3-2 to Liverpool despite playing positively for much of the match. Unfortunately, a few moments of mental lapses – which Redknapp referred to as “naivety” – doomed them to defeat as four goals poured in during the game’s final six minutes.
He pointed out Richard Dunne and Steven Caulker as players who played well throughout the match, significant because those two players were the ones to give away an own goal each.
The always honest Redknapp looked unsure of what had just transpired, and said his side “threw the result away” with deadly mistakes.
The 67-year-old then responded to questions of his managerial status with frustrating, saying it’s “rubbish” and pointed out that seven of his starting 11 today played on the team that finished fourth in the Championship last season.
Redknapp rounded things up by saying “every match is massive, isn’t it?” It sure is when you’re at the bottom of the table.