Harry Redknapp: 'I'm not in the running for the Middlesbrough job'

Harry Redknapp Manager of Queens Park Rangers ahead of the Sky Bet Championship Play Off Semi Final second leg match between Queens Park Rangers and Wigan Athletic at Loftus Road on May 12, 2014
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Harry Redknapp rules himself out of becoming the next Middlesbrough manager, saying that there is "no chance" of it happening.

Harry Redknapp has ruled himself out of becoming the next Middlesbrough manager.

The 70-year-old has been one of the names linked to the vacancy at the Riverside following he departure of Aitor Karanka.

During his three-year spell in charge, the Spaniard guided Boro to the Premier League, but after a winless run of 10 games his exit was mutually decided.

Redknapp's last job in club management was in 2015 when he coached Queens Park Rangers, but it does not seem that he will return to the dugout at Middlesbrough.

When asked on talkSPORT if the job could be his, Redknapp said: "No chance. I'm not even in the running. Not a prayer."

Steve Agnew is in temporary charge of the Boro team.

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