The Lowdown: Beale gone
The Hoops are searchING for Michael Beale’s long-term successor after he left for Glasgow Rangers earlier this week.
The 42-year-old turned down interest from Wolves towards the end of October but left the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium for Ibrox, where he was previously Steven Gerrard’s assistant.
That leaves QPR looking for a new manager ahead of their return to action next weekend against league leaders Burnley.
The Latest: Robins and Critchley on QPR shortlist
talkSPORT provided an update regarding QPR’s managerial search on Thursday morning.
Their tweet mentioned that ‘talkSPORT sources understand’ that both Coventry City manager Robins and former Blackpool boss Critchley ‘are on QPR’s managerial shortlist’.
BREAKING: Mark Robins and Neil Critchley are on QPR's managerial shortlist.
QPR are looking for a new boss after Mick Beale quit to return to Rangers.
– talkSPORT sources understand.
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) December 1, 2022
The Verdict: Interesting…
It looks as if the R’s may well be going down the route of bringing in a fairly experienced manager following this update on Robins and Critchley.
Robins or Critchley at QPR?
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