Harry Redknapp claims Tottenham's players could not care less if he left for England this summer and once again denied that his team's recent slump has anything to do with him being tipped to succeed Fabio Capello.
Redknapp, the overwhelming favourite to be the next England boss, has seen his team collect four points from the five league matches since Capello resigned, but the 65-year-old vehemently denied the two are linked when quizzed on the subject.
"Absolute nonsense. That is the biggest load of nonsense I have ever heard in my life," he said. "They (the players) don't care whether I'm the manager next year. They wouldn't lose any sleep over that. That's football."
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