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SWANSEA CITY - Aiming to REDKNAPP-TERRY managerial duo

29.12.2016 15.36 by Claudio Colla  read 308

While being in talks with Ryan Giggs, as well as thinking about Wales head coach Chris Coleman, Swansea City top brass, which have recently sacked Bob Bradley, are tempted to sign English 69-year old Harry Redknapp. Former Tottenham, QPR, Southampton and West Ham manager, if called to the duty, might then ask Chelsea icon John Terry to become his assistant, a choice that would definitely soothe Swans.

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