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“Sam has better players – that’s the difference”

RedknappHarry Redknapp doesn’t necessarily believe what were considered boardroom threats to Sam Allardyce’s position have made a difference to West Ham this season.

Redknapp brings his Queens Park Rangers to the Boleyn on Sunday for what he admits is a very difficult game.

He said: “They look a good team with lots of pace and movement – it will be a big test for us.”

And in his morning press conference at Loftus Road he added: I don’t know if it’s [the boardroom warning] made the difference for West Ham.

“They’ve brought some good players in, a couple of players with pace, they bought [Alex] Song in.

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They’ve improved their squad basically, that’s the difference this year. I think they are a stronger squad.

“He’s got better players. They’ve got a good manager. That’s the difference really.”

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One comment on ““Sam has better players – that’s the difference”

  1. You can’t argue with that – the question is how much of the improvement in quality is down to BFS and how much down to David Sullivan (and his advisors) – I know what I think!

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