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Tottenham's Redknapp: QPR, Norwich, Swansea all capable of staying up

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp feels that all three promoted clubs have a good chance of staying in the top flight past next season.

QPR, Norwich City and Swansea City are all in the Premier League for the 2011/12 season and Redknapp is confident they will all give a good account of themselves.

"I think they'll all be interesting teams and they will all try to play good football," he told the club's official website.

"Neil Warnock has done a fantastic job at QPR to get them up, he's been around, knows the game inside-out and I'm sure they'll have a real go next season.

"Swansea have played some fantastic football. Brendan Rodgers has also done a great job there and got the best out of those lads especially Scott Sinclair, who has scored goals and looks a good player.

"I'm sure they will be a decent side again and it will be interesting to see how they shape up in the Premier League.

"Norwich, again, what a job Paul Lambert has done to get them into the Premier League.

"It's a great club Norwich, great support, a good family club with a fantastic young manager.

"It will be interesting to see how they all get on and I think all three teams have got a chance of staying up."

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Andrew Slevison
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