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Harry Redknapp Suggests Richard Dunne's Ireland Replacement

Harry Redknapp Suggests Richard Dunne's Ireland Replacement
By Matt Carolan

Presumably speaking from a car window, QPR gaffer and general hoodwinker Harry Redknapp has suggested that Marc Wilson is an able replacement for the cookie monster.

Dunne retired from international football recently and Harry believes that Wilson can fill his boots. Having played consistently under Martin O Neill since November, it would seem that Wilson is already in contention for a starting role in the international set-up.

He can play anywhere across the back, centre-half especially. I think his best position is alongside the centre half. Marc's a bit in the Rio Ferdinand style because he likes to play, doens't he?

Redknapp initially signed Wilson for Portsmouth in 2004 as an apprentice before handing him his debut in 2008. Harry even gave his cockney two cents on the character of Wilson.

Marc is a great player who has done well and is a good lad.

Classic Harry.

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[Irish Examiner] 

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