Breaking News: QPR Sack Redknapp
Queens Park Rangers have officially announced the departure of former manager Harry Redknapp. Redknapp who started the role on 24th Novemeber 2012, where he led the club to have two average seasons in the top flight of English football. Up until 10 March 2013, he was known as king harry.
Now harry had left it was up to QPR to find a new manager, in a press conference club chairman Tony Fernandes told ESPN “We are looking for that perfect person, experience is not needed.” With Fernandes looking to sell his 66% share in the club to wealthy Australians, either QPR could go up or down with all these changes at once.
Therefore, who is going to be the man in Charge next season for the R’s, with only three days until the transfer window opens, let us hope QPR can find there man. With greats such as Neil Lennon, Tim Cahill and former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson up there also with two complete underdogs Lewis Prichard-Elis and George Evans the latest odds on the next manager:
George Evans – 2/1
Tim Cahill – Evens
Neil Lennon – 15/1
Sven-Goran Eriksson – 36/1
Lewis Prichard-Ellis – 350/1
Being tipped to win the Championship QPR fans will be praying there new manager is the best one possible. New Everton Manager, Roberto Martinez says he hopes his former Chester FC teammate Evans becomes the man in the dugout at Loftus Road.