Sky Sports reflects on the career of Harry Redknapp after it was announced he is leaving Tottenham.
1947: Born Poplar, March 2.
1964: March - Signs professional forms for West Ham following apprenticeship at Upton Park.
1965-71: Makes 149 League appearances for the Hammers, including three as sub, scoring five goals from his wing position during six-season career.
1972-75: Signs for Bournemouth in August 1972. Makes 101 league appearances, including five as sub, scoring five goals.
1976: September - Signs for Brentford, but makes just one appearance.
1982: September - Returns to Bournemouth as coach.
1983: Takes over from Don Megson as manager of the Cherries.
1984: Club languish second from bottom in the old Division Three but beat holders Manchester United in the third round of the FA Cup.
1987: Guides Bournemouth to Division Three title.
1992: Leaves Bournemouth to return to West Ham as assistant manager to Billy Bonds.
1994: Named as the Hammers' eighth manager in the club's history after Bonds resigns. Signs five-year contract.
2001: Hammers stave off threat of relegation with three weeks of the season remaining but, with the club 14th in the table, Redknapp decides to quit.
June 21 - Appointed director of football at Portsmouth.
2002: Becomes manager at Fratton Park when Graham Rix is sacked.
2003: April - Leads Portsmouth to promotion to the Premier League after a 1-0 home win over Burnley. The result ends a 15-year absence from the top flight.
May 15 - Pompey finish 13th in Premier League.
November 24 - Resigns as Portsmouth manager.
December 8 - Confirmed as Southampton manager.
2005: May 15 - Southampton lose 2-1 at home to Manchester United and are relegated from the Premier League on the final day of the season.
December 1 - Portsmouth confirm they want to talk to Redknapp about possible return to Fratton Park.
December 3 - Redknapp walks out on Saints and claims he made "a monumental mistake" in leaving Portsmouth to join Southampton.
December 7 - Portsmouth confirm Redknapp as their new manager.
2006: April 29 - A 2-1 win at Wigan secures their Premier League future.
May 25 - Redknapp signs a new three-year deal with the club.
September 19 - Accused by BBC Panorama programme of attempting to tap up Blackburn player Andy Todd. Redknapp completely refutes the allegation.
2007: May 13 - Portsmouth draw 0-0 with Arsenal to finish seventh in the Premier League, missing out on European football by one point.
June: Lord Stevens publishes final report in transfer irregularities. Its only criticism of Redknapp was his ownership of a racehorse thought to have been given to him by agent Willie McKay. Redknapp told the inquiry it was possible he did own the horse but insisted he had not made any money out of it because the horse never won a race.
October 29 - Signs a new contract with Portsmouth until 2011.
November 28 - One of five men arrested by City of London Police investigating corruption in football. The men were held on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud and false accounting - and were released without charge later the same day.
2008: January 11 - Meets with Newcastle chairman Chris Mort and is offered the job of Magpies manager, but he rejected the offer a day later.
May 17 - Portsmouth beat Cardiff 1-0 at Wembley to lift the FA Cup for the first time in 69 years.
May 23 - Redknapp wins his High Court claim that police who raided his home as part of a corruption inquiry were acting unlawfully.
October 26 - Redknapp reveals he has agreed to become Tottenham manager, two days after the club approached Portsmouth.
2009: May - Having taken over with Spurs bottom of Premier League and with just two points from eight games, guides club to eighth-place finish.
2010: April 11 - Redknapp's Spurs beaten 2-0 in FA Cup semi-final by Portsmouth at Wembley.
May 5 - Secures top-four Premier League finish and place in Champions League qualifying round with 1-0 win at Manchester City.
July 13 - Signs contract extension to keep him at White Hart Lane until 2013.
November 2 - Spurs stun Inter Milan 3-1 at White Hart Lane in the outstanding performance of a Champions League campaign that takes them all the way to the quarter-finals.
2011 - May - Spurs finish fifth in the Premier League, missing out on another season of Champions League football.
November 3 - Redknapp misses Tottenham's Europa League trip to Rubin Kazan after a having a heart procedure, and goes on to miss further matches while he recovers.
2012 - January 22 - As Spurs are being talked of as genuine title challenges, Redknapp sees his side lose 3-2 at Manchester City, who get a last-minute penalty from Mario Balotelli.
February 8 - Redknapp is acquitted, along with former Portsmouth chairman Milan Mandaric, on charges of cheating the public revenue.
On the same day, Fabio Capello's abrupt departure from England sees Redknapp installed as the favourite to replace him, but the FA say no immediate decision will be made. During weeks of speculation, Tottenham's form dips.
May 1 - England name Roy Hodgson as Capello's successor.
May 13 - Having conceded a 10-point advantage over Arsenal, Tottenham finish the season fourth.
May 19 - Chelsea's victory in the Champions League final costs Tottenham a place in the tournament next season.
June 12 - Redknapp angrily rejects speculation he is set to leave Tottenham.
June 14 - Spurs confirm he is to leave the club at 3.37am.