QPR next permanent manager odds

QPR next permanent manager odds

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QPR Next Manager

QPR sacked Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink on November 2016 to appointed Ian Holloway as their new manager. He previously managed the club from 2001 to 2006. But he was also sacked on May 2018 to be replaced by Steve McClaren. He previously worked with QPR as a first-team coach between July and September of 2013. He was delighted to be back at the club but Steve McClaren has had a horrible start to his season as the QPR manager. His side has been losing matches in the Championship and the fans are furious with the club's performances. Many fans want him to get sacked from his post and some even chanted "You're getting sacked in the morning" towards McClaren. Many fan polls have indicated that Steve McClaren should get sacked as the club only managed to get four points out of their first six games.

The managers who could replace him as the next QPR manager are:

Tim Sherwood:
Previous Team: Aston Villa

Tim Sherwood had the second best odds to replace Ian Holloway on May to be the QPR manager. If McClaren gets sacked then Tim Sherwood could be the guy to replace him. Tim Sherwood was the manager of Aston Villa in 2015 and since then he hasn't managed another club. He was appointed as the director of football at Swindon Town on November 2016 but left his post on June 2017. If QPR decides to offer him the manager job, it is highly likely that he will gladly accept the offer.

Alan Pardew:
Previous Team: West Brom

Alan Pardew is a renowned manager for his time at the Premier League. He made his name mainly at Newcastle United after he became the Premier League manager of the season on 2011/12. He became the Crystal Palace manager on 2015 where he had a horrible record and was sacked on December 2016. He managed West Brom for four months after that. Alan Pardew is currently not managing any other club so QPR can easily persuade him to take the job if they decide to hire a new manager.

Mick McCarthy:
Previous Team: Ipswich Town

Mick McCarthy managed Ipswich Town for five and a half years before leaving the club on April 2018. He managed Wolves for almost six years before that. He is a potential replacement for Steve McClaren if the QPR board decides to hire a new manager. Mick McCarthy was one of the top favorites to become the QPR manager on May.