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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

QPR Summer Replacement Manager...Briatore/Paladini Training Ground Visit..Change for Gianni Paladini?

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- Messageboard Rumours re Gianni Paladini Depature (or just a change in Title? [A couple of days ago, the QPR OFficial site identified Paladini as "QPR Holdings Ltd Chairman, Gianni Paladini." After a short time, the identifier was removed from the site post.]

- Standard re Lothar Matteus as Possible QPR Manager and Non-Award to QPR

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Mirror/James Nursey - Lothar Matthaus is shock candidate to become next QPR manager
- QPR have already started compiling a short-list for their next new manager - with Lothar Matthaus a possible shock outside candidate.
- Rangers have yet to win in five games under Mick Harford after he succeeded Paul Hart last month as the club's tenth manager since Flavio Briatore took over as chairman in 2007.
- Harford is contracted at Loftus Road until the end of the season.
- And Rangers hierarchy have already decided to bring in a new coach then to replace him.
- The club ideally want a young English coach like Gareth Southgate but German legend Matthaus is on their radar.
- The midfielder turned manager, 48, is now out of work following spells with Rapid Vienna, Partisan Belgrade, Hungary, Atletico Paranaense, Red Bull Salzburg and Maccabi Netanya.
- He was in the QPR directors' box to witness their latest defeat at home to Ipswich on Tuesday night.
- And Harford is under no illusions the team have not been performing well enough recently for Rangers' ambitious owners.
- Chairman Briatore and sporting director Gianni Paladini visited the club training ground for a crunch meeting with Rangers' entire squad and Harford on Monday.
- And the club supremos urged the players to stick together, unite and pull away from the drop zone.
- But Rangers still went and turned in another poor display at home to Town as Harford was jeered by fans.
- Briatore was supposedly so unhappy he left well before the final whistle. Mirror

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