Harry Redknapp is back - as manager of Men United.

On Sunday 31 May 2015 at The Matchroom Stadium, home of Leyton Orient FC, he will be helping to beat prostate cancer.

17 Apr 2015



Orient legends team managed by Martin Ling

Martin is working with John Mackie to reassemble Leyton Orient's legendary promotion squad from 2005/06, including Glyn Garner, Matt Lockwood, Donny Barnard, Justin Miller, Aiden Palmer, Michael Simpson, Daryl McMahon, Joe Keith, Shane Tudor, Lee Steele, Gary Alexander, Craig Easton, Gabriel Zakuani, Efe Echanomi. From the current era, 'Super' Kevin Lisbie has also signed up.

Harry's Men United team is looking good too

Aided and abetted by Russell Brand, they are putting together a crack team: Luther Blissett, Trevor Sinclair, Frank Sinclair, Ralf Little, Bradley Walsh, Kano, Tinchy Strider, Ashley Walters and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Harry's also looking at Max Rushden, 'Rocket' Ronnie O'Sullivan, Tommy Walsh and Kanu!

Three camera crews, a posse of reporters and a couple of sporting heavyweights joined us at Hoxton’s hottest venue to hear about a stunning return to football management. But he had a problem...

Join Harry, Martin and Errol on 31 May

Martin and Harry met up for a pre-match warm up at Errol McKellar's garage, the nerve centre of the charity match, just after fixing Harry's window.

Harry Redknapp Barry Hearn and Errol McKellar Men United for Prostate Cancer UK Leyton orient Legends v Men United

Earlier in the afternoon legendary East End businessman Barry Hearn had popped by to do what he does best – promote the game – which will be held at his Matchroom Stadium, home of the League One O’s.

All profits from the game will go towards beating prostate cancer, a disease affecting 1 in 8 men and, shockingly, 1 in 4 Black men. 

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