Jamie Frank Redknapp Born 25 June 1973 In Barton On Sea Hampshire

Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp
Jamie Redknapp


Jamie Frank Redknapp (born 25 June 1973, in Barton on Sea, Hampshire) is a retired English footballer who was active from 1989 until 2005. in a career that was blighted by a succession of injuries, Redknapp was as famous for his media profile off the field as much as on it. Redknapp comes from a well-known footballing family. Redknapp was the last player to be signed by manager Kenny Dalglish before his surprising resignation on 22 February 1991 and later became the youngest Liverpool player to appear in European competition, at 18 years 120 days when making his Liverpool debut against Auxerre in the UEFA Cup on 23 October 1991, by which time Liverpool were being managed by Graeme Souness. On the pitch, Redknapp established himself as a key midfielder during the time Roy Evans managed at Anfield. Terry Venables gave Redknapp his international debut on 6 September 1995 in the 0-0 international friendly with Colombia at Wembley.

Jamie Redknapp On 28 Amp 29 June 2006 Redknapps Hand Picked Squad Of 8

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He married the pop singer Louise in 1998. Redknapp comes from a well-known footballing family. Redknapp was also capped 17 times by England, scoring one goal. Redknapp started out on the road to professional football as a schoolboy at Tottenham Hotspur but began his professional career, at the age of 16, in 1989 at Bournemouth, then managed by his father, Harry. Redknapp was allowed to join Glenn Hoddle’s Tottenham Hotspur on a free transfer on 18 April 2002 with just a couple of fixtures remaining of the 2001-02 season. On 28 & 29 June 2006 Redknapp’s hand picked squad of 8 semi professional players represented England in an International World Cup 6v6 in Germany 2006. He has become well known for his extraordinary analytical skills and knowledge of the nuances of Football tactics, and often proclaims such insight as: “He’s literally left Ben Haim for dead there.”, “These balls now – they literally explode off your feet.” and “Messi is literally a firework in the box”.

Redknapps First Goal For Liverpool Came In Jamie Redknapp’s League Debut On 7

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He is also a cousin of the Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard, and a nephew of former West Ham United coach Frank Lampard Senior. Redknapp was also capped 17 times by England, scoring one goal. Redknapp was the last player to be signed by manager Kenny Dalglish before his surprising resignation on 22 February 1991 and later became the youngest Liverpool player to appear in European competition, at 18 years 120 days when making his Liverpool debut against Auxerre in the UEFA Cup on 23 October 1991, by which time Liverpool were being managed by Graeme Souness. Redknapp’s first goal for Liverpool came in his league debut on 7 December 1991 when he featured as a 63rd minute substitute for Jan Mølby in a 1-1 draw with Southampton at the Dell. Following Dalglish’s departure, Redknapp was part of a transitional Liverpool team under Graeme Souness. Redknapp’s game revolved around being a central midfielder with a high level of ability to create space in tight situations and accurately pass his way out of them, a player who distributed the ball around the pitch with a dazzling range of passing skills, as well as having a keen eye for set pieces and long-range shooting abilities.

Redknapp Scored Several Spectacular Goals In His Time At Anfield And His

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Jamie Redknapp


He married the pop singer Louise in 1998. He is also a cousin of the Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard, and a nephew of former West Ham United coach Frank Lampard Senior. Redknapp was also capped 17 times by England, scoring one goal. Following Dalglish’s departure, Redknapp was part of a transitional Liverpool team under Graeme Souness. Redknapp, in particular, came to be the face of the team and was singled out because of his off-field lifestyle; often being described along with David James as a player more concerned with the catwalk and modelling shoots for fashion labels like Top Man and Armani than his football prowess. Redknapp scored several spectacular goals in his time at Anfield and his contributions peaked during the 1998-99 season as he created numerous chances and scored 10 goals under new boss Gérard Houllier.