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Thursday, June 14, 2012Omobaswagz H

Tottenham Hotspur sack manager Harry Redknapp

Tottenham  Hotspurs have sacked Harry Redknapp after almost four years in charge. Veteran manager Redknapp, who was heavily linked with the England job before the Football Association opted for Roy Hodgson, had denied speculation that he had resigned on Tuesday. 

The 65-year-old had a year left on his contract but reportedly failed to agree a new deal with chairman Daniel Levy. 

"I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Spurs and am proud of my achievements," Redknapp said on the Spurs website 
 "I have had a fantastic four years with the club, at times the football has been breathtaking. I am sad to be leaving but wish to thank the players, staff and fans for their terrific support during my time there."
Levy thanked the former Spurs boss on the club's official statement. 

Di Matteo handed two-year Chelsea deal

Chelsea on Wednesday appointed Champions League-winning boss Roberto di Matteo as their permanent manager and first-team coach on a two-year contract.

Arsenal set to sign Olivier Giroud for £12m from Montpellier

Arsenal are close to completing a deal to sign Montpellier striker and France international Olivier Giroud for £12m. 

The Gunners are expected to confirm the 25-year-old's arrival this week. Manager Arsene Wenger intends to play him alongside fellow new signing Lukas Podolski and Dutch striker Robin van Persie in a front three. 

Euro 2012. Update
Gomez double leaves Dutch facing exit

Mario Gomez gave the Netherlands a lesson in finishing as Germany left their bitter rivals on the brink of an early exit from Euro 2012.

Portugal grab dramatic win over Denmark

Substitute Silvestre Varela's late strike boosted Portugal's hopes of reaching the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.

Russia hit by suspended deduction 

Russia have been given a suspended six-point deduction by Uefa because of the behaviour of their fans during their 4-1 win against Czech Republic. Action was taken after the use of fireworks and far-right banners. 

An incident in which fans attacked stewards, leaving four needing hospital treatment, is being investigated by Uefa and police.The penalty will apply to the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, and also includes a fine of £96,000 (120,000 euros).

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