Conner99 wrote:well I think he did a decent job at Tottenham ..so I don't see why he would get any stick from the crowd .
Well it isn't just Harry, but the Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle as well. I don't think there will be anything too negative towards Harry, and Hoddle will always be welcome at WHL. Personally, I've nothing against Redknapp, he did pretty well with the team and may well have done better with the £100 million investment in players last season if he had still been around.
Back to the game, Spurs were poor against West Ham last week but I'm not overly concerned about that. It is going to take time for Pochettino to suss out the players he wants, and get them playing the system he favours. There are some glowing embers of hope for Tottenham fans - Lamela had a decent game in Europe, Harry Kane is a promising young striker, even Bob Soldado has scored in open play already this season. The defence, though, has to be a concern still.
QPR are perhaps another team still building, with new players and a new coach in the shape of Hoddle. I fancy them to stay up, and play some decent football along the way. They created chances against Hull, and probably deserved a point. I'm hoping they are still a bit 'undercooked' at this early stages of the campaign.
The stats point to a home win, I'll go with Tottenham 2 QPR 0