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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Paul's leaving feeling broken Hart-ed

This evening at just before 23.00 the news broke that after only FIVE games in charge, Paul Hart has left the club by mutual consent.


The news has came as a little bit of a shock but relief to some (maybe many) fans after witnessing some pretty clueless performances and also in his first game in charge, against Bristol City, seeing 6 defenders take to the field for the final 10 minutes and seeing the R's cling on for dear life, even tho the game was not in danger of slipping out of Rangers' reach.

Of Hart's five games, three of them were against Sheffield United. Two 1-1 draws and Tuesday night's 3-2 loss, which was described as pathetic and woeful by the few Rangers' fans that went to the game. A 3-0 loss at struggling Ipswich followed Hart's only win as R's gaffer, a 2-1 win against Bristol City.

The news of Hart's departure comes after a rumoured spat with Adel Taarabt. Apparently the Moroccan was less than happy at being left out of the starting eleven by the former Portsmouth manager and was very vocal about his unhappiness. Could player power be the reason for departure, or is it a combination of that and the poor performances on the field? Who knows!

I'm sure we will hear more during the course of tomorrow as to who may take the caretaker reins for the time being whilst the search for yet another manager starts.


  • At 4:38 pm, Blogger Bobo said…

    I don't know about you folks, but I'm totally at a loss as to how to react to any of this. Everyone started calling it a joke five managers ago and now it is getting worse. I've got plenty of experience coaching seven year olds -- maybe my phone is about to ring?

    The owners need to do the right thing immediately. They need to get out a stack of stationery and their checkbooks and start writing letters of apology and refund checks to anybody that has shown up at LR this season.


  • At 8:55 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Amazing! Now who on earth would wish to manage QPR from here? What is morale like now for the team? So Fabio, Bernie and Co what now of your plan to make QPR one of the top six clubs in the Premiership in five years? We are now at the half way stage of that grand plan or was it a joke or smokescreeen for something else?



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