Jamie Carragher reckons Harry Redknapp's managerial career might have come to an end after the former Tottenham and Portsmouth manager resigned from his role at Loftus Road.
Redknapp started his first coaching job back in 1983 at Bournemouth and went on to manage various clubs including West Ham, Portsmouth, Southampton and Tottenham – where he was successful especially when he took Spurs to the Champions League.
However, the 67-year-old, who has been coaching for the last 32 years, left Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night and former Liverpool legend Carragher was amazed by the decision Redknapp took.
"It remains doubtful if we will see him again in the dugout," he wrote on social media.
"He seemed certain for the England job 2/3 years ago so it just shows how precarious football management is.
"But the big surprise for me is that Les Ferdinand will take the reins and not Glenn Hoddle considering his experience, but I wish Sir Les all the best in the fight to keep QPR up!"