Sluggish Spurs had Harry fuming

Redknapp was pleased his side kept their cup dream alive after

recovering to earn a 1-1 draw in the fifth-round clash at the

Reebok Stadium but admitted to having an issue with the players’

attitude in the last two matches, having lost at Wolves after a

woeful performance last Wednesday. It needed a half-time dressing

down, having been totally dominated by Bolton, to get things moving

in the right direction. “We never came out of the blocks in the

first half and at half-time we needed to sort things out,” Redknapp

said. “It was nothing to do with tactics, nothing too clever, it

was just about competing and doing the ugly side of the game. “We

were a different team completely after that and that is the way we

have to play as that is how we have played all season apart from

the other night at Wolves. “But we want to go to Wembley and we’re

at home for the replay and we’ve got a chance.”