|11||West Ham United|
|2||Paris St Germain|
|29||England Premier League|
|Total||Goal minute period|
|1||23.10.1991||Auxerre||St. l'Abbé Desch.||Europe|
|200||15.03.1997||Nottingham Forest||City Ground||League|
|300||14.05.2000||Bradford City||Valley Parade||League|
Jamie Redknapp spotlights his friend Jamie Carragher on 23 December 2010.
Dominic King: Apr 3 2010 Liverpool Echo
Press Association report on Liverpool - Wimbledon on 10.01.1998.
Liverpool Echo report on Liverpool - Newcastle on 25.03.2000.
Match report from Press Association on Liverpool - Chelsea on 04.10.1998.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Leeds - Liverpool on 31.12.1994.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Southampton - Liverpool on 07.12.1991.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Coventry - Liverpool on 19.12.1992.
Match report from British Soccer Week on Liverpool - Chelsea on 05.09.1992.
In 1990, 5 years after Heysel, English clubs were re-admitted to the European fold. Liverpool, however, had to wait another year before their own exile was ended. LFC fan Chris Wood leads us through Liverpool's European story.
17.09.1996 by Jamie Redknapp (as spoken to Ric George) for "The Liverpool Echo"
Jamie Redknapp was spotlighted in Shoot's star finder file in 1990.
Gay Football Supporter's Network really fancies Redders!
"Razor came to the funeral with me. He rang up his father-in-law on his mobile to see what the squad was and then turned to me and said: 'You're in, Jamie.' I thought good one, you're winding me up, but he insisted I was. So I spoke to his father-in-law and he confirmed it."
Jamie when he heard of his first England call-up.
"Everyone was so good to me during my eleven years with Liverpool that it would be wrong to just leave and not say goodbye. I have a lot of friends at the club and that will always be the case, no matter where I am playing."
Tottenham Hotspur’s new signing Jamie Redknapp returned to Melwood to say his goodbyes
"Jamie has been forced to stop playing, otherwise he could have ended up a cripple. He was getting through games last season on pain-killing injections. It's been a hard decision but following medical advice he has had to put his long-term health first. He wants to stay in the game and take his coaching badges but I'm sure he will also have plenty of offers for TV and media work."
Harry Redknapp reveals his son Jamie has retired at 32 in the summer of 2005.
I remember recovering from a long injury lay-off and sitting stewing on the bench for Liverpool, not getting as much match action as I thought I deserved. We were playing Newcastle and when I was finally sent on, I rose above Duncan Ferguson to score a rare header and win the game. I ran as fast as I could towards the manager, my own manager, Gerard Houllier. I screamed every expletive imaginable in his direction. It was an explosion of emotion. The injustice overcomes you.
Jamie Redknapp on his goal vs Newcastle on 25th March 2000
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Bournemouth||1989-1990||England Second Division||4||0||4||0|
|Bournemouth||1990-1991||England Third Division||9||0||17||0|
|Tottenham||2002-2003||England Premier League||17||3||17||3|
|Tottenham||2003-2004||England Premier League||17||1||17||1|
|Tottenham||2004-2005||England Premier League||14||0||15||0|
|Southampton||2004-2005||England Premier League||16||0||17||1|