Date: 6th May 2017 at 10:42am
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Harry Redknapp has urged the Birmingham City board to make a swift managerial appointment this summer, regardless of what division the club are in.

The 70 year-old, who was bought in as Gianfranco Zola’s interim successor, has become a highly popular figure amongst fans at St. Andrews, but admits he is yet to look beyond the Bristol City clash.

Speaking to the Birmingham Mail, Redknapp said – ‘It all needs to be sorted pretty quickly because there is a lot of work to be done in the off-season. There are players who may be out of contract, they have to crack on to make the decision’.

When asked about his own future, the former Spurs, Portsmouth and Southampton manager disclosed – ‘I’ve tried to concentrate on getting some results – that’s all I’ve looked at. I haven’t had chance to discuss my position with anyone really, it’s up to them if they want to speak to me’.

He continued – ‘I’m not kidding you, I am honestly not thinking beyond Sunday, we have to try to stay up, it’s a big moment for the club’s future’.

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