Harry Redknapp was appointed as new Queens Park Rangers Manager

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Harry Redknapp was appointed as new Queens Park Rangers Manager

Harry Redknapp was appointed as the new Queens Park Rangers Manager after the sacking of Mark Hughes on Friday.

The club said that: “The circumstances we find ourselves in have left the board of directors with very little choice but to make a change. This decision has been taken after careful consideration by the board of directors, following numerous meetings over the last few days.”

The club had to react after the Hughes was in charge for 10 months but only secured 4 points out of 10 games in the Premier League. Hughes invested havily in a new squad and added Cesar, Bosingwa, Granero, Park Ji-sung, Mbia, Cisse and Bobby Zamora over the last months.

On Saturday, Harry Redknapp was appointed as new QPR manager. Rednapp received a two-and-a-half year contract at Loftus Road and watched the ManUnited game form the stands at Old Trafford on Saturday. Redknapp who managed Tottenham Hotspurs from 2008 to 2012 is the ideal manager. Tottenham was in a similar situation to QPR when he first took over on 2008. They were bottom of the table. Since Redknapp led them into their first Champions League season in 2010/11 and constantly finished in the top 4 of the league.

Redknapp and QPR will now face Sunderland (away), Aston Villa (home), Wigan (away), Fulham (home), Newcastle United (away), and West Brom (home). Redknapp must secure the first win of the season and gather desperately needed points.

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