Stop me if you've heard this one before... Harry Redknapp spending huge sums of money at a club where they have, at best, a modest turnover, in the hopes they survive relegation. Sound familiar? This isn't the first time Redknapp has found himself in this situation. When he was manager of Portsmouth he was in this exact same situation. He spent big money and even bigger salaries on players to save the club from relegation. How did that turn out? Portsmouth were relegated, Redknapp walked away from the mess he left the club in and the club plunged into chaos. They were relegated again and have been in administration numerous times. The club almost folded last season and players this year have been playing on short-term deals simply to keep the club going. Is history repeating itself? It certainly appears very similar, Redknapp taking over a struggling Queens Park Rangers team languishing at the bottom of the table. He has used the January transfer window to strengthen the squad, but has he gambled the club's future on it like he did at Portsmouth?