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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Latest Managerial Names: Magilton or Calderwood?...Flashback on Briatore Comments....Flashback on Reaching Millenium Final

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- Gerry Francis Considers His Future
- Year Flashback: Chairman Briatore Speaking About Would Turn QPR Into a Super Global Brand "...The first thing to remember is that without us, there was no QPR. It’s as simple as that....I don’t want everybody telling me what I need to be doing. People believe the club is owned by the fans but it’s only a few that put their money down. For the rest of the people, it’s easy to criticise [when] they maybe spend £20..." Briatore on QPR
- Flashback: Six Years Ago Today - QPR Reach Millenium Final Playoff, beating Oldham (Coming Soon: Fire Alarms!)
- Flashback: QPR's Last Championship-Winning Season
- Brett Angell Update: Where He Is Now
- Fisher Athletic Wound Up (Once of Ron Abbott)
- Credit Crunch Hits Clubs. Value of Clubs Decline

- QPR MANAGERS: The latest names (or back to these names): Calderwood and Magilton. The lodestone question: After Gregory, De Canio, Dowie and Sousa: Would Calderwood and Magilton (and some of the other rumoured names) be an improvement or a regression for QPR?

Daily Mail: Calderwood and Magilton in the running to take over at QPR

- Colin Calderwood is on the short list to take the vacant manager’s job at QPR.
The former Nottingham Forest boss is believed to be fighting it out with
sacked Ipswich manager Jim Magilton to succeed Paulo Sousa at Loftus Road." Daily Mail

This is London - Colin Calderwood in QPR frame
- Colin Calderwood and Jim Magilton are battling it out to land the job as the next QPR boss.
- Former Nottingham Forest boss Calderwood has had talks with Rangers owner Flavio Briatore but faces competition from Magilton, who is bidding to make a quick return to management following his dismissal by Ipswich.
- The two men head the shortlist drawn up by the club and the fact they are front-runners marks a clear shift in policy by Rangers. Both men have experience of working in the Championship with small budgets but neither has managed at a higher level." This is London

The Sun
- JIM MAGILTON is in the frame to be the next manager of QPR.

- Magilton, 39, sacked as Ipswich chief last month, has already been interviewed for the job at Loftus Road.
- Rangers have had four bosses and two caretakers in 19 months. The Sun

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