QPR Manager Harry Redknapp Set for Shock West Ham Return as Sam Allardyce Replacement

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Loftus Road boss could make emotional Upton Park return.

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QPR boss Harry Redknapp could be set for a shock return to West Ham according to the Daily Star.

The Upton Park side’s joint-chairmen David Gold and David Sullivan have given Hammers boss Sam Allardyce the dreaded vote of confidence after the club’s shocking 5-0 FA Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest on the weekend and have now earmarked a move to bring Redknapp back to East London.

The 66 year old Loftus Road manager is a fan favourite and may well be the ideal man to take the West Ham job should Allardyce be axed, which seems entirely plausible given that West Ham sit second from bottom in the Premier League table.

Redknapp spent ten years as a player at West Ham and another seven in charge of the club before he left 2001 and would certainly be welcomed back with open arms by the club’s faithful.

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