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Watch our exclusive interview with Jamie Redknapp behind-the-scenes of an M&S shoot.
20 May 2010
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Behind the scenes of the latest M&S Menswear campaign, with Jamie Redknapp and Kris Smith.
6 May 2010
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Go behind the scenes of the new M&S shoot with Jamie Redknapp.
20 May 2010
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Go behind the scenes of M&S's new Father's Day shoot featuring Jamie Redknapp and his son.
24 May 2010
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Jaime Redknapp celebrates in style. 4-4 Arsenal vs Tottenham 29th October 2008 Come on you spurs !!!!
1 Nov 2008
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Louise Redknapp possesses Eternal youth as she showcases her flat stomach in a bikini in Barbados.
16 Apr 2012
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*******www.mrpaparazzi**** Celebrities attending the Pride of Britain awards 2008 in London. Danny Dyer signs autographs, Peter Sissens arrives, Trisha Goddard poses, Carly Zucker poses, Alex Curran arriving, Gordon and Tana Ramsey arrive waving to the crowds, Tess Daly and Vernon Kay pose together, Melanie Sykes poses, Max Clifford is seen chatting, Tara Palmer Tomkinson poses, Jason Donovan signs autographs, Louise Lytton arrives, McFly pose and chat together, George Samson poses with fans and signs autographs, Rebecca Adlington signs autographs, Ronnie Corbett arrives, Gary Lineker and Danielle Bux arrive together, Phil Scoffield signs autographs. Ronan Keating signs autographs, Sir Richard Branson signs autographs, Dame Kelly holmes signs autographs, Louise and Jamie Redknapp pose for pictures, Dannii Minogue gets rained on, Kevin Spacey arrives, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton arrive together, Bruce Forsythe arrives with his wife, Rachel Stevens poses.
30 Mar 2010
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Ex Liverpool player and terrible cockney Jamie Redknapp shows his true class by calling his ex boss Gerard Houllier a wan*er on Sky 1 A league of their own. All for a few cheap laughs hey Jamie? Disgraceful behaviour from an ex captain of Liverpool.
10 Sep 2013
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Voici la video du célébrissime coup du scorpion exécuter par René Higuita lors du match amical entre la Colombie et l'Angleterre à Wembley en 1995,sur un centre raté du joueur anglais Jamie Redknapp, le ballon se dirige vers le but de Higuita et vous connaissez la suite!!A la fin du match,Higuita se fit sermonner par son sélectionneur malgré le score final(0-0) .L'ancien gardien était surtout connu pour ses prises de risques inutiles que pour ses talents footballistiques.Mattez cette video c'est que du bonheur A great sport'moment,the best goal save ever!!!
26 Jun 2010
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Best keeper and a legend with his famous scorpion kick!! very crazy guy José René Higuita Zapata (born August 27, 1966 in Medellín) is a Colombian football goalkeeper who plays for the Categoría Primera B club Deportivo Rionegro. He has played 68 international matches for the Colombian national team, in which he scored three goals. Higuita played the majority of his club career with Colombian side Atlético Nacional, where he helped the team win the Colombian League on numerous occasions as well as the Copa Libertadores and Copa Interamericana, both in 1989. He is famed for inventing the "scorpion kick", a clearance where the keeper jumps forward, arches his legs over his head and in doing so, kicks the ball away with his heels. This save earned him notoriety when he pulled it off in a friendly game against England in September, 1995, blocking a mistaken cross by Jamie Redknapp.[2] It ranked 94th in Channel 4's 100 Greatest Sporting Moments in 2002 and was voted football's greatest trick in an online poll in July 2008. On the pitch, Higuita is known for having an eccentric playing style, taking unnecessary risks, and he actively tries to score goals. He is also prone to blunders, and it was a mistake by him that knocked Colombia out of the 1990 World Cup, where he seemingly dithered with the ball at his feet 35 yards from goal enabling Cameroon striker Roger Milla to dispossess him and score, putting his team through to the quarter-finals. As a result of such behaviour, Higuita was nicknamed "El Loco" by media and fans alike. Higuita is friends with Diego Maradona, and played in the Argentine's farewell match in 2001. He came out of retirement in 2007 to sign for Venezuelan club Guaros de Lara FC[3]. In January 2008, aged 41, he signed at Colombian second division team Deportivo Rionegro. He still dreams of returning to Colombia's national team. After his retirement as a player he says he wants to become coach for the Colombian national team or become more politically active. He is married to Magnolia, with whom he has two children, Andrés and Pamela. He also has a daughter, Cindy Carolina, from a previous marriage. Higuita was imprisoned in 1993, after getting involved in a drug cartel kidnapping. Acting as a go-between for the drug barons Pablo Escobar and Carlos Molina, he was largely responsible for securing the release of Molina's daughter by delivering the ransom money. He received $64,000 for his services, which breaks Colombian law as it is an offence to profit from a kidnapping. He was incarcerated for 7 months before being released without charge. Commenting on the case, he has stated that "I'm a footballer, I didn't know anything about kidnapping laws." [5] Because of the term in prison Higuita was not fit for the 1994 FIFA World Cup. In another scandal, he tested positive for cocaine on November 23, 2004 while playing for an Ecuadorian football club. [6] In 2005, Higuita participated in the reality TV program La isla de los famosos: Una aventura pirata ("The Island of the Famous: A Pirate Adventure"), a show similar to Survivor.
21 May 2009
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What a save Higuita's 'scorpion kick' Monday, 30 May 2005. Only 20,038 were present at Wembley to witness a spectacle later voted one of the 100 greatest sporting moments of all time. After 22 minutes of a friendly international back in September 1995, Jamie Redknapp floated an aimless cross in to the Colombian penalty area. As the ball drifted towards goal, Colombian 'keeper Rene Higuita could have caught the ball, but instead elected to clear it with an astonishing kick. The goalkeeper: "I call it my scorpion kick and I try to do it whenever possible," explains Higuita. "My philosophy is to enjoy myself and to entertain." The gaffer: "I have only one word to describe it, extraordinary," says England coach Terry Venables. "Ive never seen anything like it. They tell me he does it all the time in his own country, thats probably why his last three managers have had heart attacks." The legend: "If hed done that playing for England it would have been his last cap," says Englands World Cup winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks. "Bobby Moore would have had a quiet word and Jack Charlton would have punched him on the nose. It was incredible, but whats wrong with a simple catch?" The cub scout leader: The rash of copycat Scorpions included a Scout leader in Preston who ended up in hospital with a dislocated shoulder. "I thought I could pull it off," recalls Graham Alston. "The save worked, it was just the landing which went wrong." The doctor: Dr John Crane, Englands medical officer, warned people not to replicate the move: "It hyper-extends the back and could easily lead to serious spinal damage."
24 May 2009
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