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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

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Peter Odemwingie waits outside QPR ground for Redknapp to sign him

Former Premier League (i.e. important) manager Harry Redknapp was rushed to hospital last night in a transfer deadline day drama.

As the trasnfer window 'slammed shut' Harry's car window slammed shut and almost beheaded him.

Harry 'Crusty-face' Redknapp, who now manages a team outside the Premier League with three initials that we can't remember at the moment, pulled up outside the teams training ground in his 4x4 tractor, and wound down the electric window to talk to the imaginary television crew who were actually covering a Premier League team instead.

An onlooker, Ronald McDonut, a Brentford (who they - ed?) fan from West Ealing, takes up the story. "Poor old 'arry. He and Rosie (his dog) must miss the Premier League - all the drama, the transfer window deadline day deals, the 24 hour telephone calls, the bull-crap from agents, the interview with media - the windows not the window without H' sticking his head out of his car window to give a quote. Anyway, he pulled up outside the training ground, wound down the window to give a quote, but seemed a bit peeved that there were no Sky tv cameras there to talk to him. He must have accidentally pushed the electric window control and all of a sudden the transfer window, sorry car window 'slammed shut' almost cutting Harry's head off. I called an ambulance immediately - well as soon I took a picture on my iphone and tweeted/instagrammed and facebooked it"

Harry is thought to be recovering well in hospital and assistant manager Steve McClaren will take over at the former Premier League club - which could be a problem for the players as none of them speak dutch - they only smoke it.

More as we get it.

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