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Guest WashyGeordie

Wonder if any of the players will be around when he goes to the training ground to collect his stuff.


Buszacky might, round II *ding ding*

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Hart is a good appointment for them, I reckon he'll get them into the top half easily.


Going through too many manager, though. Briatore needs to have some fucking conviction in the blokes he's appointing.

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Guest johnson293

Hart Leaves QPR after 5 games




Manager Paul Hart has left Queens Park Rangers after just five games in charge of the Loftus Road club.


Assistant boss Mick Harford will take temporary charge of the team, starting with Saturday's match with Blackpool.


Former Portsmouth boss Hart, 56, took over on 17 December and managed one win in his five games, up to Tuesday's FA Cup defeat by Sheffield United.


Hart was the ninth man to take charge there since Italian Flavio Briatore took over as chairman in August 2006.


A Rangers statement read: "The club can confirm that manager Paul Hart has decided to leave QPR with immediate effect.


"Assistant manager Mick Harford will be taking charge of first-team affairs, starting with this weekend's Championship fixture at Blackpool."


Hart, who replaced Jim Magilton, was given a contract until the end of the season along with Harford.



Another gone. We're a joke!



Three of his games in charge came against Sheffield United, 1-1 draws in the league and FA Cup before the Blades eventually won the Cup replay 3-2 on Tuesday.


That home match, watched by co-owners Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone, saw Rangers fall 3-0 behind, with Hart booed when he brought off midfielder Alejandro Faurlin, to replace him with Adel Taarabt.


Hart's other games were a 2-1 home win over Bristol City and a 3-0 defeat at Ipswich, both in the league.


QPR lie 10th in the Championship, four points outside the play-off places.


Under Briatore, managers John Gregory, Luigi De Canio, Iain Dowie, Paulo Sousa, Magilton and Hart have departed while Harford, Gareth Ainsworth (twice) and youth coaches Steve Gallen and Marc Bircham have had spells in caretaker charge.


Former Charlton and West Ham manager Alan Curbishley has already been linked with the job, along with ex-Reading boss Steve Coppell.


That didn't last long!

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Guest Heneage

How long before QPR have 'Hart problems.'


Not very.

That bloody BA in Journalism is looking money well spent with my headline writing power.  :bluestar:

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Mick Harford's accent is appalling. Even Gazza and Chrissy Waddle stooped to those depths. Not sure why they feel the need to do it. I lived in the south for years and not a lot changed.

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