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Paul Hart sacked by QPR after ONLY 5 games


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Paul Hart has left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent after just five games in charge at Loftus Road.

The former Portsmouth boss had been at the QPR helm less than a month after succeeding Jim Magilton, who himself had only been given the reins in the summer.

Hart becomes the sixth full-time manager to leave QPR, a figure that rises to nine if you include caretaker bosses, since Flavio Briatore took over the club in September 2007.

An FA Cup defeat to Sheffield United earlier in the week has proven to be Hart's final game in charge, with the experienced tactician lasting just five matches.

QPR are currently tenth in the Championship table, four points off the play-offs.


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I swear flavio Briatore thinks QPR are some MASSIVE club that have the right to be up at the the top and as soon as someone has a bad game or makes a mistake they are deadwood and got rid of! its more of a dictatorship than a football club!! Its ridiculous lol

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