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Harry Redknapp arrives at court this morning.
Harry Redknapp arrives at court this morning.
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Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp arrives at court to face tax evasion charges

Redknapp is alleged to have fraudulently concealed payments from co-accused, former Portsmouth boss Milan Mandaric.
Jan 23rd 2012, 10:08 AM 1,501 6

YESTERDAY, TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR manager Harry Redknapp saw his side lose out to Manchester City at Eastlands in dramatic fashion.

This morning he’s arrived at a south London court for a trial in which he’s accused of tax evasion.

The Spurs boss – who is the favourite to land the England job after Euro 2012 – is facing two charges of dodging payments to the public revenue while he was manager at Portsmouth.

Along with former Pompey owner Milan Mandaric, he is accused of fraudulently concealing payments totalling £295,000 by paying the money into a Monaco bank account.

Redknapp’s son, the former Liverpool and Spurs midfielder, Jamie, has also arrived at the court to support his father. The trial is expected to last two weeks.

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