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May 12, 2006

Harry urges son Jamie to join Pompey staff

Harry Redknapp has pleaded with son Jamie to join his coaching staff at Portsmouth.

The Pompey manager, who has agreed a new three-year contract to stay with the south-coast club after rescuing them from the threat of relegation, believes his former England international son would make a top-class coach.

Jamie, who played for Liverpool and Tottenham before retiring last year due to persistent injury problems, is working as a TV pundit and newspaper columnist.

In an interview he conducts with his 59-year-old father in the Daily Mail, Harry said: 'Milan (Mandaric) would like you to come to the club, and so would Mr Gaydamak.'

Mandaric and Alexandre Gaydamak are co-owners at Fratton Park and have trusted Redknapp senior to take the job on a longer-term basis after returning for a second spell at the club and salvaging what, in December, looked almost a lost cause.

Harry added: 'What they want is for me to have a couple of years and then groom someone to take over.

'You'd be great. I'm not saying you are coming. I'm just saying I'd like you to. I don't want to stand on the touchline forever.'

Jamie, 33, argued that his father's job appeared 'too much like hard work' and may refuse the invitation.

He explained: 'I've told him - and I tell him again - I'm happy talking football on Sky.'