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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Yet Another QPR Manager Departs...New Manager Paul Hart to be Announced

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- FA Decade of QPR Managerial Arrival and Departure Statements: From Stuart Houston to Jim Magilton

- QPR Managers Since Premiership Relegation (and since Paladini and then Briatore took over

- Incoming Manager Paul Hart's Managerial Record (and some Past Statements)

- The Club can confirm that Jim Magilton and John Gorman have left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent.
- Recent events have been widely reported and whilst Jim Magilton completely denies the allegations, with the full support of John Gorman, it has been agreed that it is in the best interests of the Club and Jim Magilton, if the parties move on in their separate ways.
- The Club would like to wish both Jim Magilton and John Gorman good luck in the future and thank them for their hard work.

MIRROR/Alan Nixon - Paul Hart to be named new QPR manager
Paul Hart will be named as the new manager of QPR - in a dream ticket with Mick Harford - after sealing the deal last night.

The former Portsmouth boss agreed to take over the Championship club on a contract until the end of the season despite having other offers.

The ex-Pompey chief also had the chance of a post with Tottenham's youth set-up but his hunger has been found with his stormy spell at Fratton Park.

Veteran coach Hart wants to stay in first-team football and accepted the tough task at Rangers who are firing Jim Magilton after his bust-up with Akos Buzsaky.

Hart and Harford will move into the hot seat next week, leaving caretaker Steve Gallen in charge for a second game this weekend.

Gallen will go back to his duties as youth team manager at Loftus Road. Ironically he may give teenager Raheem Sterling a debut this weekend - the 15-year-old would become the youngest player in English senior football history. Mirror

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- Ex-QPR Goalie, Reece Crowther Update

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- Flashback: Briatore's Chairman's Report in the June Accounts

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