Well here we are in silly season again. It appears that the steady march of the trolls on social media sites has not encompassed the higher echelons of football ownership.
We all thought that Daniel Levy's appointment of Harry Redknapp in 2008 was one of the most inspired pieces of management in recent football history. The club was at the bottom of the Premier League and heading for Armageddon. Then, along came Harry on his white horse and transformed them into a Champions League club in a matter of two seasons.
Had it not been for one of the most unlikely Champions League winners in history, he would have guided the Spurs to the Champions League again next season, after finishing fourth yet again in the Premier League. In fact, his last three seasons, he has led his team to fourth, fifth and fourth in the Table.