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Redknapp stunned members of the England camp in Brazil on Sunday when he claimed some English players asked him to pull them out of national games when he was in charge at White Hart Lane.
"When I was at Tottenham, when full internationals came around, there were two or three players who did not want to play for England," the QPR boss told BBC Radio Five's Sportsweek programme.
"They would come to me 10 days before the game and say, 'Gaffer, get me out of that game, I don't want to play in that game'.
"I'd say, 'you're playing for your country, you should want to play'.
"[They would say] 'Nah, my girlfriend is having a baby in four weeks, I don't want to play' and that is the truth, so it makes you wonder."
The claim will not have gone down well with the long list of Spurs players who represented England from 2008-2012.
In fact, Gerrard said he has spoken to one ex-Spurs player, who was "devastated" by Redknapp's comments.
The England captain believes anyone who dodges international duty is wrong and he called on Redknapp to name the players in question.
"I don't know who he means. Is it five years ago? 10 years ago? We need names," Gerrard told a news conference in Rio de Janeiro.
"If it's the case, it's disgusting."
England may have just experienced their fastest World Cup exit in history, but Gerrard insists a lack of desire and effort was not the reason why.
"I can guarantee that is not the case here," Gerrard said.
"Nobody here wants to go home."
England manager Roy Hodgson also denied there was any lack of desire within the 23-man party that flopped in Brazil.
He said: "In the two years I've been here, I've seen a greater interest in playing for England, so Harry's comments come as a bit of a surprise."
Hodgson's focus over the next 48 hours will be on salvaging some pride following successive World Cup defeats.
The England manager will not be sacked even if his men lose to Costa Rica in their final group game on Tuesday.
Speaking for the first time since England's exit was confirmed, Hodgson insisted he was still the right man for the job.
"There's no reason for me to have any serious doubts about the work I've done over the years and the qualities I bring to the team," Hodgson said.
"I have the backing of the team and the FA and I feel I am the right man to continue."
Hodgson will make several changes for the game against Costa Rica.
It is understood that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will not play though as he has suffered a setback in his recovery from a knee injury.
Luke Shaw is likely to make his first World Cup appearance as Leighton Baines is struggling with a hamstring injury.
Gerrard to take time over retirement decision
England captain Steven Gerrard will take his time deciding whether he'll retire from international football after his side were knocked out of the World Cup.
Costa Rica expect tough England match
Costa Rica trained ahead of their final group match against England. Their Assistant coach Paola Wanchope, played in England for West Ham United, Manchester City and Derby County, and says the oppositions will play for pride.
England still hurting over elimination
England train for the penultimate time at their base in Rio de Janeiro ahead of the Costa Rica match. Wayne Rooney says that the team is hurting after being eliminated from the 2014 FIFA World Cup.