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Harry Redknapp Returns to Management with Struggling Side

Harry Redknapp Returns to Management with Struggling Side

Harry Redknapp Comes Out of Retirement to Help Cwm Albion

Harry Redknapp, the 76-year-old football manager, has made a shocking return to management by agreeing to help struggling team Cwm Albion. Redknapp, who last managed Birmingham City six years ago, has vowed to be reunited with Croatian legend Niko Kranjcar in his latest venture.

Cwm Albion: The UK's Worst Football Team

Cwm Albion, a Welsh side, holds the unfortunate title of being the UK's worst football team. Last season, they lost all 22 games in the Swansea Senior League and finished with a staggering -191 goal difference. Redknapp's managerial expertise is much needed to turn the team's fortunes around.

Reuniting with Niko Kranjcar for the Fourth Time

Redknapp has expressed the need to be reunited with Niko Kranjcar, whom he has managed at Portsmouth, Tottenham, and QPR, for a fourth time. The Croatian star's experience and skill will be crucial in helping out Cwm Albion's standout and oldest player, John Rees, who is 73 years old.

Redknapp Ready for the Challenge

Redknapp acknowledges that turning around Cwm Albion's performance won't be easy. However, he has already taken a training session with the team and is optimistic about their potential. In fact, Cwm Albion recently secured their first victory in three years, a 4-3 win against Tennant Colts.

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With Redknapp's guidance and the addition of a few "ringers," the struggling team may have a chance at redemption.

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