Report: Queens Park Rangers players want Neil Warnock appointed as permanent manager

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Neil Warnock is currently in interim charge of Queens Park Rangers.

According to Sky Sports, Queens Park Rangers' players are keen for Neil Warnock to land the manager’s job at Loftus Road on a permanent basis.

Warnock has taken over the reins from Chris Ramsey, after the 53-year-old boss was sacked at the start of the month.

At the moment, Warnock’s appointment is expected to be only on a temporary basis, but QPR’s players are apparently enjoying working for the Yorkshireman.

Warnock has taken charge of three QPR matches to date, and the results that the team have picked up have been middling.

The R’s drew 0-0 with Preston North End in Warnock’s first game in charge.

They then narrowly lost 1-0 to Middlesbrough, before picking up a 1-0 win over Leeds United in their most recent outing.

That win has seen them close the gap to the play-offs to five points, and the squad are reportedly feeling very good at the moment.

Despite the R’s players wanting Warnock, it is still expected that Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will land the job.

Hasselbaink has been touted as the favourite to be appointed at Loftus Road, and Sky Sports claim the QPR could make an approach in the near future.

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