It's clear that sporting prowess runs in the Redknapp household as Jamie Redknapp proved to be one proud uncle as his nephew shared some amazing news.
The footballer turned pundit took to his Instagram Stories to reveal that his nephew, Harry Redknapp Jr., had signed for AFC Bournemouth, which plays in the Championship, the second tier in British football. Jamie shared a photo of Harry holding up his new team's club shirt, and wrote: "Congratulations to my nephew @h.redknappjr signing for @officialafcb."
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He added: "So excited for you mate. Make sure you work hard and enjoy it," and he finished the post off with two football emojis.
Harry appears to be following in Jamie's footsteps, as the former footballer started his senior career with the same team, making 13 appearances for them.
He would go to play for Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton, and also made appearances for the national team between 1995 and 1999.
Jamie's father, Harry Redknapp, also played for AFC Bournemouth between 1972 and 1976, and even managed the team for nine years after he hung his footballing boots up.
Harry Redknapp Jr. is continuing the family tradition
Jamie's eldest sons, Charley and Beau, are also following in the sporting tradition for the family, although both of them have opted for rugby instead of football.
Last year, the former footballer took to Instagram Stories to reveal that Beau's team had won the first game of the season, sharing a misty clip from the grounds. "1st [rugby ball emoji] game of the season for Beau and a good win," he captioned the shot, also adding the Saturday sticker.
Jamie's sons are keen rugby players
And back in June the 48-year-old shared his pride as Charley also experienced success. The teenager was competing in a match for the Epsom College Rugby Football Club, although Jamie didn't share the final result from the game.
"So proud of my boys this week," Jamie wrote alongside the image which saw Charley running with the ball. "Charley, great job playing against some of the best rugby schools in the country."
The teen's mum, Louise Redknapp, shared the same image, writing: "So proud of my boy," alongside a heart emoji.
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