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Time to boss it
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Time to boss it

Injuries to key men for Man Utd and Chelsea will test the tactics of both bosses, says Jamie Redknapp.

Redknapp fears for City Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp fears for City

Jamie Redknapp says Man City are set to limp out of the Champions League after their draw in Moscow.

Redknapp: Gerrard a British great Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp: Gerrard a British great

Steven Gerrard marks 11 years as Liverpool captain this week - and is one of our best ever, says Jamie Redknapp.

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Jamie's England XI

Jamie Redknapp picks his England team to face Estonia - and says he'd leave out James Milner.

Redknapp: Progression the goal Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp: Progression the goal

Goals are assured against San Marino, says Jamie Redknapp - but progression should be England's focus.

Redknapp: City can't afford slip-up Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp: City can't afford slip-up

Man City can't afford to fall further behind Chelsea and need all three points at Villa, says Jamie Redknapp.

Redknapp: Spurs played like Saints Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp: Spurs played like Saints

Spurs played like a Mauricio Pochettino team as they secured a draw at Arsenal, says Jamie Redknapp.

Redknapp: Spurs way behind Arsenal Jamie Redknapp

Redknapp: Spurs way behind Arsenal

Spurs had closed the gap on Arsenal – but are now 'miles away' from the top four, says Jamie Redknapp.

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