By Jason Moore

THE Football Association said that the next England manager would be an Englishman. They made this decision after they had decided to part company with Italian Fabio Capello after Euro2012. Yesterday, they said that the next manager could be “English, British or even foreign...” Another U-Turn from the Football Association. In their wisdom they defend their decision by saying that they want the best man for the job. Now, under normal circumstances this would be fine, but we are talking about managing England. To play for England you have to be English and the majority of fans are English. So the manager should obviously be English as well. Now, there is only one English manager who could do the job, and that is Harry Redknapp. A Redknapp, Stuart Pearce partnership would be superb, and I just hope that the FA decide on this combination. Now, Tottenham obviously do not want to see “Harry” go, he has taken them to third in the Premiership and they are playing some fantastic football. But England needs him also. I haven´t got anything against foreign managers, infact in the Premier League they have done a fantastic job and transformed English football. But not for the national team. The foreign experiment by the FA has failed miserably and there has been no silverware. So lets forget Italian and Swedish coaches and go for someone who is English-through-and-through, is a good manager and has the respect of the team. Harry is the man!