With Harry Redknapp taking the QPR job and announcing his intentions of keeping them in the Premier League (despite them only securing four points from their opening 13 games) it has got me thinking about the most influential managerial appointments the Premier League has ever seen.

Of course, Harry Redknapp has worked wonders at other clubs before and he did make it into the top ten, but there are also a couple of surprising choices for you to mull over. The criteria I used to select my most influential ten were their ability to save their club from relegation, the stability they have given their club during their time and/or the success they have achieved during their tenure.

So, ladies and gentleman, without further ado, click on ‘Arry to see the Premier League’s most influential managerial appointments of all time

 

Harry Redknapp - West Ham (1994-2001)