Harry Redknapp has offered a helping hand to Yeovil Town manager Darren Way, according to the Bristol Post.
Redknapp told BT Sport “Up the road from me at Yeovil, if the young manager there rang me, I don’t want any money for it, I’d go in and do a couple of days with him, and just see if I can help”. He did a similar thing with former Derby manager Darren Wassall when he was manager at the IPro Stadium.
Redknapp was sacked by Birmingham City after just 8 games this season. He was heavily backed in the summer by the Blues’ owners and he signed 14 new players. These included the likes of Jota, Harlee Dean, Maxime Colin, Jeremie Boga and Sam Gallagher. He was offered the job as manager in the summer after he kept the Midlands club up in his 3 games at the end of last season.
Steve Cotterill has now replaced Redknapp in the Birmingham hotseat. The former Tottenham Hotspur, Bournemouth and Portsmouth manager is now looking for a return to the game on a voluntary basis with Yeovil Town, who have had a difficult start to their season. They are currently 17th in the league, having only won 3 times in 11 matches under manager Darren Way.
Redknapp has had an impressive career and there is no doubt he could go and help out Darren Way at Yeovil. It will be interesting to see what happens next with Harry Redknapp and whether he will ever be back in management.