Broaching the subject of Harry Redknapp in anything other than a positive light is often considered to be sacrilege by journalists.
For this is Harry Houdini, the man that brought Portsmouth back from the brink and recaptured former glories at Tottenham Hotspur.
Redknapp is a media darling, there can be no doubting this, and with good reason. Few other bosses come across as jovial, approachable or friendly as he does. Continue reading
FanZone’s Chris King believes the problems at QPR started long before Harry Redknapp arrived – and that relegation is now a certainty.
In recent weeks, the quality of football at Queens Park Rangers has slumped to such a dismally low level it is almost unwatchable at times.
Coming to Loftus Road has become rather like attending a fortnightly prayer group. Unfortunately, manager Harry Redknapp aside, there are not many believers left.
A VICTIM of an alleged paedophile ring told yesterday how one gang member branded her with a heated hairpin so other perverts would know she was his.
The girl, now 19, said Mohammed Karrar burnt the letter M on her bottom when she was 12.
She told the Old Bailey: “He used a normal lighter to heat it up.
“He bent it into a letter M and stuck it on my bum so everyone would know I belonged to him.
“Basically he was branding me so people knew I was his if I ever had sex with someone else.”
FanZone’s QPR blogger Chris King feels relegation is now a certainty for Harry Redknapp’s big-spending Hoops, who must learn from their errors.
When Queens Park Rangers were torn apart by Swansea City on the opening day of the season, it was Michu more than any other player who led the brutal slaughter.
The Spaniard ruthlessly carved the R’s open, inflicting grave injuries on a seriously-ill patient that supporters were told was fit again and ready to conquer all.
AMERICAN Pie star Alyson Hannigan has taken out a restraining order against a man that she claims made rape and murder threats online.
Hannigan, 38, said John Hobbs, 43, left her in “severe fear” after his vile threats on Facebook and fan sites to her and actor hubby Alexis Denisof.
IT’S hard to be-leaf but behind this huge growth of ivy is a three-bedroom house.
It’s so hidden that the occupier has been ordered to clean up the front of his home.
But Ken Mould, 50, has so far failed to act at his cul-de-sac in Rugeley, Staffs.
A DISGRACED vicar yesterday admitted spying on underage girls with hidden cameras “for his own sexual gratification”.
Reverend Richard Lee, 49, confessed to watching a mum and daughter plus two more under-16 girls on bathroom cameras.
He pleaded guilty at North Somerset Magistrates’ Court to eight voyeurism charges and 18 of making indecent images.
LOVE may be blind but now it can also be cheap — as retailers go into battle to win hard-up Brits’ affection on Valentine’s Day.
Blokes can find a single red rose for £1, a dozen for £3 or champagne for a tenner.
With the supermarket giants slashing prices to woo customers down their aisles, shopping around can see a dozen roses, bubbly and a meal deal picked up for £21.
ANDRE HAS NO LINK TO ISLAND
By Jack Royston
LOCALS in Malta are in uproar after singer Peter Andre was appointed cultural ambassador to the island’s capital city Valletta.
The perma-tan pop statesman, 39, was unanimously voted by city councillors to promote the rich history and art of the world heritage site.
But more than 1,000 furious locals have signed a petition to get the Mysterious Girl singer — who has no links to the Mediterranean island — sacked.