Rob Green says Queens Park Rangers' players were disappointed by Chris Ramsey's sacking

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Chris Ramsey was sacked as Queens Park Rangers boss following a poor start to the season.

Rob Green has told Get West London that the entire Queens Park Rangers squad have been disappointed by Chris Ramsey’s sacking.

Ramsey departed Loftus Road a fortnight ago, after QPR’s board decided that they weren’t happy with the direction the club were heading.

The R’s have made a poor start and they are currently languishing in mid-table in the Championship.

However, Green insists that none of the players wanted Ramsey to be sacked – and they are disappointed that he has left.

“We're all disappointed as we wanted to do well for Chris and we're disappointed for him that it didn't work out how we'd have liked," the goalkeeper said.

“The club have made the decision they've made. An interim manager is now and will be carrying on until Saturday and then we'll see.”

Ramsey was dismissed as QPR boss after they were beaten 1-0 by Derby County, but his departure doesn’t seem to have sparked the London side into life.

The R’s have not won either of the matches which interim boss Neil Warnock has taken charge of – against Preston North End and Middlesbrough – and they appear to be struggling for form.

QPR are said to be keen on appointing a new manager in the near future, as they look to arrest their slide down the table, and Sky Sports suggest that Burton Albion boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is at the top of their wishlist.

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