And the Spurs boss has come up trumps again after the suit he was wearing raised £7,500 after a charity auction.
VIDEO: Harry gets drenched.Redknapp was looking dapper in his tailored Boss suit - a present from his wife Sandra - during the post-match interview at Manchester City.
But he was soaked by jubilant players including David Bentley, Ledley King and Jermaine Jenas after the club's 1-0 win at Eastlands took Tottenham into the Champions League for the first time in their history.
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At first, the damage looked terminal. Spurs' assistant manager Joe Jordan said of the suit: 'It's finished, it's in the bin. The suit's gone.'
However, Jordan's prognosis turned out to be wrong and Tottenham season ticket holder Mark Banner shelled out for a unique piece of history.
'It's a dream come true,' said Banner, 'It will take pride of place alongside my signed Gazza and Glen Hoddle shirts!'
The proceeds of the auction - which took place on radio station talkSPORT - will go to Orchid, the only registered UK charity to focus entirely on male-specific cancers.
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