Bilic still wants job in Premier League
By Steve Turner
Thursday 02 Oct 2008 11:43:00
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Slaven Bilic is still angling for his 'dream move' to the Premier League as a manager, despite Gianfranco Zola steering the ship at Upton Park.

However, it seems that now the Italian has taken over, the Croation boss will stay where he is until the 2010 World Cup.

Harry Redknapp, who worked with the player in his days as West Ham boss, said he ran into the Croatian at a training session, where he was checking up on Portsmouth superstar Nico Kranjcar.

He said in his column for The Sun: "I bumped into another mate this week when Slaven Bilic popped into Portsmouth’s training ground to see our Croatian winger Niko Kranjcar.

"I get the distinct impression he is really keen to work in the Premier League once he has led Croatia to the 2010 World Cup."

You know Redknapp and his impressions... apparently he does a cracking Droopy Dog.

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