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Redknapp: Some days Rav wouldn’t make reserves

ravel_2996341bHarry Redknapp has taken another couple of swipes at Ravel Morrison!

The Queens park Rangers boss – with another book to sell – has taken the West Ham midfielder to task for not knowing who Paul Gascoigne is.

Redknapp recalled Birmingham City boss Lee Clark, saying that Ravel was the best player since Gazza and that Ravel’s response was: ‘Who’s Gazza?’

Comments Redknapp: “Should that surprise us? Admittedly that World Cup in Italy is 24 years ago now, and Ravel is 21, but however long ago it was I think he can be expected to know who Paul Gascoigne is.”

And in another little knock the Loftus Road chief said: “If Morrison had played consistently at his best, he might have gone to the World Cup; on his bad days you wouldn’t have put him in our reserve team.”

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One comment on “Redknapp: Some days Rav wouldn’t make reserves

  1. He seems to think he has achieved his aim to get good money for playing very little classy football,of which if channeled properly and consistently,could turn him into a first team candidate.I think he is a law unto himself,mixes with wronguns,listens to bad advice.Shame with the world at his feet,i fear like some before him,will never fulfill his potential cos he has that self destruct button which has haunted many great would be players.

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