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Hughes the Favourite!

Hughes the Favourite!

With Neil Warnock being relieved of his duties just down the road at Loftus Road, a familiar face is in the frame to replace him.

Mark Hughes, who walked out of Craven Cottage last summer is the clear favorite to replace Warnock with some sources inferring that he could even be named as their new manager in as little as 48 hours time.

Now, if Hughes does get the nod, we`re prepared to let bygones be bygones and wish him the best of luck, but whether Queens Park Rangers, in their tiny ground, match Hughes expectation, only Mark will know that!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday January 9 2012
Time: 4:56PM

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NO and Im afraid QPR will never be a big club even with all there money they have about the same fan base as fulham and how long before mark falls out with there chairman
truth sayer ffc
09/01/2012 17:06:00
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ps if he gets the job which I doubt let hope he dose not take our best players
truth sayer ffc
09/01/2012 17:11:00
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I'don't see any of the players going. He wasn't around long enough to leave a big impression and QPR isn't a step up, or dare I say, even step to the side.
Riverside Chanter
09/01/2012 21:50:00
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nobody is leaving because none of the players he brought in are rotting on the bench... dembele's playing, senderos is playing... why would they leave?
woodysweats
11/01/2012 19:24:00
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