Nedum Onuoha wasn't expecting Chris Ramsey to be sacked at Queens Park Rangers

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Chris Ramsey was dismissed as the Queens Park Rangers boss two weeks' ago.

Nedum Onuoha has told Get West London that the Queens Park Rangers players did not foresee Chris Ramsey’s sacking.

Ramsey was dismissed as the Rs boss two weeks ago, with the side languishing in mid-table in the Championship.

However, despite their poor start, Onuoha insists that the QPR players were not expecting Ramsey to be sacked.

“As a collective I don’t think [the players saw Ramsey’s sacking coming],” he told Get West London.

“Some may have thought that way as Neil Warnock was a manager at the football club and when he comes in you don’t think he’s just going to be a coach.”

At the moment Neil Warnock is in temporary charge of QPR, while they look to find a new manager who can take them up the table.

QPR are still some way off the play-offs, and they lost their latest match 1-0 against Middlesbrough away from home at the Riverside Stadium.

It leaves whoever takes charge at Loftus Road with a very difficult job, as the Hoops have made no secret of their desire to be promoted.

The Daily Mail recently reported that QPR are looking to appoint Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, but Burton Albion have denied any approach has been made, as reported by talkSPORT.

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