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Spurs Players Drench Harry Redknapp With Ice Bucket

It’s party time for Tottenham supporters around the world and especially in North London after Spurs beat Manchester City in a thoroughly entertaining game.

In the post match interview on Sky Sports, the Tottenham players crept up on Harry Redknapp and drenched him with the contents of an ice bucket while ‘Arry was being interviewed. Watch the hilarious interview in the video above.

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9 Responses to Spurs Players Drench Harry Redknapp With Ice Bucket

  1. Sri says:

    They truly deserve this. Entertaining football.

  2. TT says:

    Truly hilarious, footballers, eh?

  3. Dan McMillan says:

    Yellow card to Bentley for his emotionally scarring way of wearing his shorts.

  4. Ringo says:

    I hope Spurs can retain Bentley simply for the depth that he provides the midfield, but I doubt they’ll be able to. He could start on most other clubs and has had a fantastic second half of the season.

  5. MennoDaddy says:

    At least we’ve solved that old chestnut of a question that everyone was dying to know:

    David Bentley: boxers or briefs?

  6. Pucklusti10 says:

    Congrats to Spurs, what an amazing match yesterday. You could really feel the tension in the air with every oppurtunity each side had on goal. Much credit to Tottenham and ‘Arry for coming out and going for it, they were the better side on the night and down the stretch when most (including myself) thought they would fade away. Going into that three match stretch in the crucial point of the season against the three clubs ahead of them was no small task and to come away with two wins was an immense effort. Here’s to Spurs!

    • Pucklusti10 says:

      Not to mention going up to your opponent’s ground vying for that 4th spot and taking all three points getting the job done at the first moment of asking instead of settling for a draw and leaving until Sunday even if it was a against Burnley.

  7. UpTheBlues says:

    LOL at Bentley’s pants and the “sponsor wall” behind Redknapp being interviewed is just a piece of cardboard taped to the wall.

  8. CAMONUSPURS says:

    WTF?!?! David bentley puts sum clothes on… lol

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