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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Over a Hundred Applications for Holloway's Job

[From Last week's Kilburn Times)

Hats in the ring to follow Ollie
Ben Kosky, Kilburn Times, 9 February 2006

QPR have already received more than 100 applications for the manager's job - even though, technically, there is no vacancy at Loftus Road....Waddock will be caretaker boss for the foreseeable future but, according to chairman Gianni Paladini, Rangers have been inundated with interest from numerous would-be managers.
"I cannot believe the amount of applications I've received already," said Paladini. "There have been floods of them coming in from all over the world - it must be at least 100."I've had applications from France, Spain, Israel and I've even had one from a young lad who's 19 years of age. It just shows how important QPR is to so many people."
But Paladini insists that, for the time being, Waddock is the front-runner to take over on a permanent basis - as long as he can guide Rangers to safety in the Championship.....Gary's got 14 games, we only need to win four of them and we'll be safe, then we can start building for next season," Paladini added.....

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