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    https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/how-...t-qpr-millions

    Emotional attachments aside, at what point do we ask ourselves the obvious question: Why does Les Ferdinand continue as our Director of Football?

    He has done little to earn praise, but tons to deserve criticism for his management of the football side of QPR for the past 5+ seasons. Put it this way, if we were to interview candidates to head up this side of the QPR management team, and based the decision on proven merit, would Les even make it past the first round? Yes, he was a QPR legend. Yes, he seems to be a nice guy with sound character. But the record shows he has been in the driver's seat for one of the worst, most shambolic runs in QPR history.

    If we are pushing reset buttons on the manager and the players, why is it that Les escapes a similar change?

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    Les OUT


    !!! Grant Hall is brilliant !!!

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    • #3
      Now getting boring, I donít know, and you donít know what he does, maybe a lot, maybe not so much, the powers to be are happy with him and pay his wages, you donít so why the obsession with him

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      • #4
        Given what he inherited and how much the wage bill has gone down, that enough warrants his existence for a good few years yet.
        Les IN.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post
          Given what he inherited and how much the wage bill has gone down, that enough warrants his existence for a good few years yet.
          Les IN.
          Agree , spent most of his time here clearing up the mess created by Fernandes , Hughes and arry .

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          • #6
            Les is here to show our strikers what they should be like
            Chelmsford City the home of Radio

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            • #7
              What strikers?

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              • #8
                Given the massive cuts to the playing staff and wage bill, it could be argued that staying in the championship the past couple of seasons is relative success. It's not exactly the type of success that we all craved a few seasons ago, but expectations have clearly shifted in the past few years...

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                • #9
                  Trying to shift players on.big contracts, unsettled squad, reduced the wage bill whilst maintaining championship football. I suspect there are other at the club who need pointing out ahead of les

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                  • #10
                    Les in, we are all enjoying this window...retro Rangers

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post
                      Given what he inherited and how much the wage bill has gone down, that enough warrants his existence for a good few years yet.
                      Les IN.
                      Most of that wage cutting was done by players running down their contracts and not much to do with Les' great work. Did he sell and get a half decent fee for the likes of SWP, Cesar, Sandro, Hoilett etc?

                      He has negotiated cheaper wage deals for many of the newer signings, but sadly the quality is also heading downward.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Qpstranger View Post
                        Given the massive cuts to the playing staff and wage bill, it could be argued that staying in the championship the past couple of seasons is relative success. It's not exactly the type of success that we all craved a few seasons ago, but expectations have clearly shifted in the past few years...
                        and is that down to Les' coaching & management skills?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by stanistheman View Post

                          Most of that wage cutting was done by players running down their contracts and not much to do with Les' great work. Did he sell and get a half decent fee for the likes of SWP, Cesar, Sandro, Hoilett etc?

                          He has negotiated cheaper wage deals for many of the newer signings, but sadly the quality is also heading downward.
                          Seems he is not entitled to any credit whatever he does in some people's eyes.

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                          • #14
                            I like to see his bloody hands cut off . Lol

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                            • #15
                              Everyone is talking ###### so I thought I'd join in.

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