SUMMER ‘birds’ in mini-skirts and the pleasure of ogling them – presumably if you’re young and male – is the equivalent of three points to Harry Redknapp right now.
QPR fans will remember former manager Ian Holloway’s bird-in-a-taxi comparison to an average win.
The current boss (pic) has gone down the same image-strewn path claiming the spring in the step of his players this week after the win at Southampton has meant everything to a club trying to extricate itself from the drop zone.
In fact, it’s like the joys of a summer stroll and gorgeous girls on every horizon, rather than the same tucked-up windswept women during winter, according to Harry.
“You’re whole world is different," he said. "It’s like when the summer comes and you see all the girls walking about in mini-skirts – they look better, don’t they? In the winter they’re all, you know, and that’s how you feel after a win.
“Not that I look at young birds – I’m not into that – but you know what I mean.”
Unlike some managers, Harry admits he watches all the other Premier League games involving their rivals, and suffering if they win to sink Rs deeper into trouble.
“I’d be liar if I said I didn’t put myself through the agonies – I kick every ball and watch every game. It’s silly really,” he added.