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Matt Dunham, Associated Press
Tottenham Hotspur football club manager Harry Redknapp puts his coat on after getting out of a vehicle upon his arrival at Southwark Crown Court in London, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012. Redknapp is accused of two counts of cheating the public revenue between specific dates in 2002 and 2007 when he was manager of Portsmouth Football Club.

LONDON — The jury in Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp's tax evasion trial has begun a second day of deliberations.

Redknapp is accused along with Milan Mandaric, his former chairman at Portsmouth, of concealing $295,000 of transfer bonuses in a Monaco bank account to avoid paying taxes in Britain at times from 2002-08.

The jury of eight men and four men spent almost four hours considering verdicts on Tuesday before leaving for the night.

Redknapp and Mandaric deny two charges of cheating the public revenue.

Redknapp managed Portsmouth, which is now in the second tier, from 2002 to 2004, and returned to Fratton Park in 2005 after a brief spell at its archrival Southampton before moving to Tottenham in 2008.