Spurs star bitterly disappointed with Harry Redknapp’s departure

12:18 22 June 2012

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Scott Parker paid tribute to the former Tottenham boss

Tottenham star Scott Parker has revealed that he is very disappointed by Daniel Levy’s decision to sack Harry Redknapp as Spurs manager.

The England midfielder paid tribute to the 65-year-old for the work he did at White Hart Lane and himself.

“It’s a massive disappointment, a big shock,” Parker told talkSPORT.

“Harry was fantastic for me personally and for everything he’s done. So, obviously, I’m bitterly disappointed.”

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