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Redknapp leaves Birmingham

SBS Saturday, 16 September 2017 ()
LONDON (Reuters) - Harry Redknapp has left Birmingham City after a run of six successive defeats, the Championship club said following their 3-1 loss to Preston North End on Saturday.
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Harry Redknapp has lost his job as Birmingham manager after just 13 games in charge. The 70-year-old former Tottenham boss was brought in on a rescue mission at the end of last season and succeeded in keeping the Blues in the Championship.

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