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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Warren Neil Leaves QPR as De Canio Brings in Two of His Own

Two Italian coaches in to assist De Canio...One current coach (Warren Neil) out... Updated Staff Directory.

Not noted in the statement, but Warren Neil has a long history with QPR dating back a quarter century, when his late goal put QPR through in their Third Round FA Cup Replay at Middlesbrough. Neil played in the FA Cup Final Replay...He coached QPR...left..>Returned...and now has again left. SEE Neil's QPR Record and Warren Neil Returns to QPR

Italian duo Iuri Bartoli and Paolo Pavese have joined the QPR backroom team.
Bartoli, 37, and 50 year-old Pavese met the Rangers first team squad this morning, ahead of Luigi De Canio's first training session in the QPR hot-seat.
Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, De Canio welcomed his two new coaches to Loftus Road, commenting: "I'm very happy to have them both with me.
"I've worked with them both before and I know they are both very capable coaches.
"They are very enthusiastic and looking forward to the challenge that lies ahead."
Former Rangers defender Warren Neill, who joined the R's coaching staff midway through the 2006/07 campaign, has followed in Mick Harford's footsteps by leaving the Club. QPR

Also: Photos from the First Day of the New "regime" - QPR Training Photos

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