Neil Warnock sacked by Queens Park Rangers

Neil Warnock
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Neil Warnock is sacked as manager of QPR after nearly two years in charge of the club.

Neil Warnock has been sacked as manager of Queens Park Rangers.

The club are currently 17th in the Premier League table after a string of poor results.

"The Board's commitment to retaining our Premier League status ultimately led to this decision," read a club statement.

"QPR Assistant Manager Mick Jones and First Team Coach Keith Curle have also left the Club."

The 63-year-old joined the R's in 2010 after a spell with Crystal Palace.

Mark Hughes has been named as the early favourite to succeed Warnock at Loftus Road.

Click here for the full statement released by Rangers.

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