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Redknapp Talks Rubbish Says Vice-Chairman

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TORQUAY UNITED vice-chairman Bill Phillips has rubbished national newspaper reports that the former Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is part of a consortium who are considering buying the club.

Reports emerged this morning that Redknapp, who left Premier League side QPR on Monday, is 'talking' to a consortium who are 'considering' buying a football club on the south coast.

Redknapp, whose first job as a manager was at Bournemouth in the 1980s, lives near Poole – and along with Southern League side Poole Town, the Daily Star also named Torquay United and Plymouth Argyle as potential tragets.

But Bill Phillips, vice-chairman at Torquay, has told The Herald Express: "We are not aware there has been any approach from Harry Redknapp or any consortium containing Harry Redknapp. There is nothing else to say."

Torquay United have been involved in recent takeover talks and are currently going through a three-week period of consultation with the former Oxford United chairman Kelvin Thomas helping out at the club and advising chairwoman Thea Bristow on the direction she and United should take in the future.

Redknapp quit football because he said he needed immediate surgery on his knees.

Read more: http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/

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