Harry Redknapp's QPR career summed up in stats

Harry Redknapp with Glenn Hoddle at QPR training

Harry Redknapp's stats as Queens Park Rangers manager don't make for pretty reading.

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Former Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp called an end to his time at Loftus Road yesterday with the BBC among the sources to confirm that he’d resigned on health grounds.

An impending knee operation is the reason Redknapp gave for his resignation, which leaves QPR and their new manager with a challenge over the rest of the season.

The statistics relating to Redknapp’s time at Queens Park Rangers don’t make for impressive reading.

He had a lower win rate than Gerry Francis, Ray Wilkins, Neil Warnock and Mark Hughes after managing just nine wins in 48 games in charge of the team.

His biggest problem was the number of goals the team conceded with 76 over the number of goals his attacks scored with 44.

That suggests that QPR need to work hard over the rest of the season on improving their backline to accumulate more clean sheets, which should help to make the difference over the rest of the season.

QPR still have a chance of avoiding the drop but there’s a lot of work to do for every area of the squad.

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