Yer A Top Man Harry Son In Many More Ways Than One!

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 In the dog fight that is survival
Where despicable things can go on
It’s not often that such humility rises above
“We’re too good to go down to div one”

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Two half decent managers now have to drop
Through that invitingly open trap door
Whilst the one who survived them to stay up next year
Is most graciously kind to his foe from the field of no more

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 “My heart goes out to two fine young managers
Stevie Bruce and Bryan Robson
It could have been us so I know how they feel”
No malice or hate or turned down handshakes
That lately it seems is quite common

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 So cheers Harry son we all know yer one
Who’s never been frightened to say
Just what it is that yer thinking
Tis a shame there are those higher up the ladder
Without the gravitas to do things your way



This is what we need so badly in our game today interviews like this.

Pompey led by Harry (houdini) Redknapp have missed the drop and Harry comes on MOD to graciously say from his heart exactly how he knows that his two fellowfailed escapee’s must be feeling at this time and how his thoughts go out to the pair of them.

No condescending words of shallowness, but the heartfelt words of an obviously kind and well respected man and manager.

No wonder as somebody in the pub said yesterday they just love him to bits at Pompey where he took this six month job on a handshake with out knowing what they were going to pay him!

Yer a top man Harry son in many more ways than one!



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