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Harry Redknapp: 'I would have got Birmingham City promoted'

17 September 2017

Former Blues midfielder Lee Carsley has been placed in caretaker charge of the club, who now sit 23rd in the Championship table after their first eight league games, above only promoted Bolton Wanderers. He had been in charge at St Andrew's for only 13 matches.

"The Blues are in the bottom three and after spending money and been expected to be challenging at the summit, Harry has paid an early price for poor results".

Yesterday's defeat left Birmingham second from bottom in the Championship, with one win from eight matches.

We thank him for all his efforts and wish him good luck for the future.

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Saturday's 3-1 home loss to Preston was the final straw and Redknapp finds himself out of work once again.

There will be no further comment at this time.

Although after making 14 signings over the summer, including signing Jota from Brentford for a club record fee, some are wondering whether firing Redknapp was the smartest decision.

Speaking after the Preston game, but before learning his fate, Redknapp said his team had "disintegrated" against Preston.

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"We have got to lift ourselves".

"I am disappointed. It's been hard, I have had one week with a new team and new players, one week", he told the Birmingham Mail.

"I had to do well this year but I would have stayed because I loved it there, absolutely loved my time there".

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Harry Redknapp: 'I would have got Birmingham City promoted'