What a whirlwind of a four months it has been for Harry Redknapp.
From emerging not guilty from a tax evasion trial in February to being the odds-on favorite for the England national team job until Roy Hodgson was offered the job to guiding Tottenham to fourth place in the Premier League only to have that not be good enough for the UEFA Champions League this year, Redknapp has been through quite the gamut in a short period of time. As it turns out, that was not the entirety of Redknapp's roller-coaster span.
A day after vehemently denying that he was stepping down as coach of Tottenham, it appears that Redknapp, despite having a year left on his contract, is doing just that after failing to agree to a new deal with the club, according to multiple reports from England. The 65-year-old Redknapp spent the past four seasons at White Hart Lane.
Everton coach David Moyes is being touted as the favorite to replace Redknapp at Tottenham, a move that could impact American goalkeeper Tim Howard, who signed a new four-year deal with Everton in March.
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