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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Quashie Signing Today...QPR Supposedly Want £2 Million for Routledge..."OPR Managerial Changes are Laughable"

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- Very Nice: The Programme for the West Ham vs QPR Youth FA Cup Game

Dave McIntyre - Quashie and Cotton:
- "Quashie will sign for QPR today on a contract til end of season. Coton as Harford's assistant should be confirmed soon too." David McIntyre Twitter

- QPR's Losses: How Great?

- FA Youth Cup: West Ham 3 QPR 0

- Marlon Harewood: Maybe Staying at Newcastle. QPR Interest?

- Flashback: 2008 Profile of and Interview with QPR Vice Chairman Amit Bhatia

- One Thousand Days

Paul Warburton/Ealing Gazette - QPR want £2m for Wayne Routledge
- QPR have told Middlesbrough to come back with £2million if they want to snatch winger Wayne Routledge from Loftus Road.
- The Teesiders have offered £500,000 for the former Spurs and Aston Villa player – an offer that was laughed off even before the end of the cheeky enquiry.
- But Rangers are in no hurry to sell one of their few successes of a mixed season, despite chairman Flavio Briatore's brake on any new cash transfers coming in.
- An insider said: "Why should the club want to sell Wayne? But Middlesbrough are an attractive proposition – and in the end money talks.
- "But any players coming in will be loans or free transfers only" Ealing Gazette

New Football Pools - Tony Cascarino: QPR Managerial Changes are ‘Laughable’
- Unfortunately for some fans, they are lumbered with owners of the club they support that literally don’t have a clue about football, that I’m afraid has been the situation at QPR.

It amazes me that successful businessmen often buy clubs without any idea how football clubs should be run. They hire and fire managers on a regular basis with a blinkered view on how they think things should work but with little or in most cases no experience of what football is all about.

The situation at QPR is laughable; they have chopped and changed their managers far too frequently for the players or team to build any momentum. Paul Hart was at the club for a very short period of time which was also disrupted by the recent weather conditions. Paul was unable to do as much work on the training ground as I’m sure he would have liked but still his departure is just another embarrassing managerial casualty at the club. Rangers have had four different men in charge either permanently or as caretaker already this season and that is no way to bring success to a football club.

The owners have acted like fans with some idiotic decision making since arriving at Loftus Road. The way they have gone through managers must now severely impact on their ability to bring in any manager of any quality. No manager in their right mind would accept a job at QPR with the lack of faith shown by the club’s board. Stability is the key to growth at a club, some manager appointments don’t work out of course but they have to be given a chance and those who employ them must be accountable for hiring them in the first place.

QPR fans certainly don’t deserve what is happening to their club, the fanfare regarding the takeover suggested they would be the new Chelsea or Man City in terms of spending but that hasn’t really materialised. If the owners continue to illustrate their lack of knowledge of how a football club should be run, then for me, they won’t be promoted to the Premier League in the near future and in all honesty they deserve what they get. Football Pools

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