1. Former Norwich City midfielder is favourite for QPR job  PinkUn
  2. The three QPR players who must stand up and be counted in the final seven games this season  Football.London
  3. Report: QPR insiders hoping Kenny Jackett is appointed as McClaren's successor  HITC
  4. QPR favourite on Steve McClaren's sacking, links with Tim Sherwood and who should get the job  Football.London
  5. Geoff Cameron reacts on Twitter to QPR sacking Steve McClaren  HITC
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Queens Park Rangers are reportedly keen on Portsmouth Kenny Jackett.Queens Park Rangers are reportedly keen on Portsmouth Kenny Jackett.

Report: QPR insiders hoping Kenny Jackett is appointed as McClaren's successor

Former Norwich City midfielder Tim Sherwood is leading the bookies’ odds to be the next QPR boss, as the hunt for Steve McClaren’s replacement begins ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Canaries.Former Norwich City midfielder Tim Sherwood is leading the bookies’ odds to be the next QPR boss, as the hunt for Steve McClaren’s replacement begins ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Canaries.

Former Norwich City midfielder Tim Sherwood is favourite for QPR job ahead of Carrow Road meeting | Norwich City News - PinkUn

Paper talk.

Sherwood has concerns about QPR job and Eustace could stay on, story claims - West London Sport

“Next @QPR manager. Bookies favourite Tim Sherwood? @officialpompey manager Kenny Jackett, or guy I think would be ideal for the challenge at Loftus Road, @wwfcofficial boss Gareth Ainsworth. What do you think?”

Ian Abrahams (Moose) on Twitter: "Next @QPR manager. Bookies favourite Tim Sherwood? @officialpompey manager Kenny Jackett, or guy I think would be ideal for the challenge at Loftus Road, @wwfcofficial boss Gareth Ainsworth. What do you think?… https://t.co/59eX0GLkUV"

“Tim Sherwood and Sam Allardyce both odds-on for Championship jobs. Who'd have thunk it? #QPR https://t.co/MyToq23Zsb”

George Elek on Twitter: "Tim Sherwood and Sam Allardyce both odds-on for Championship jobs. Who'd have thunk it? #QPR https://t.co/MyToq23Zsb"

“Here's @AchinglyChic at the news #QPR could be making Tim Sherwood their manager. https://t.co/W67DmcI9mT”

Master of karate and friendship for everyone. on Twitter: "Here's @AchinglyChic at the news #QPR could be making Tim Sherwood their manager.… "

Following confirmation from Queens Park Rangers on Monday that manager Steve McClaren had been handed his P45 following our woeful run of form that has seen us just pick up one victory from the last 15 matches, new manager speculation was always going to quickly kick into gear. The three firm media favourites so far according to Sky Sports are former assistant manager Kenny Jackett, Tim Sherwood and Garth Ainsworth. Sky claim that Jackett is the favoured option but we appreciate we'll have to be patient until the summer if we are to tempt him from League One side Portsmouth as they are in a promotion battle, and sit in third spot. Another hot favourite is former Spurs and Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood given his existing ties with Les Ferdinand and Chris Ramsey from Spurs' youth set-up. Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has ties to Loftus Road of his own, and our former player and caretaker gaffer has had his own success at Adams Park. With finances still being the driver in

If The Jackett Fits At QPR Why Not – Although Sherwood & Ainsworth Are Said To Be In The Hunt | Vital Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers took the decision to sack manager Steve McClaren on Monday afternoon. The former England boss had been in charge for 11 months and had been on a run of one win in 15 matches. That came with a run of seven consecutive defeats which has seen the hoops plummet down the table – and fall to within eight points of the relegation zone. The London club confirmed the news yesterday and are now on the hunt for their third manager in the space of two years. Nahki Wells was one of the signings the former boss made, on loan from Burnley for the season, with QPR cash strapped and unable to sign players for significant fees. The Bermudan has had a relativity successful spell at Loftus Road scoring seven times and registering six assists during his 34 appearances. And he was one of the first to come out in support of McClaren despite his sacking, taking to Twitter to express is disappointment and gratitude. Wells tweeted: "Sad to see Steve McClaren leave. "He gave me the opportunity to join this club, and for that, I'm beyond grateful. "He is a great person and manager that gave his very all. "You will be truly missed. Thank you Gaffa." The verdict Despite their form, he is not the first player to come out and offer his condolences for McClaren losing his job. The players may have enjoyed working under him – but at the end of the day, the results were not good enough. Be it the manager's tactics or the player's application – either way – none of it has been good enough. So it is all well and good coming out and offering sympathies and thanks – but the players are the ones who got him sacked ultimately. Maybe if they had worked harder and performed better, this would not have happened.Queens Park Rangers took the decision to sack manager Steve McClaren on Monday afternoon. The former England boss had been in charge for 11 months and had been on a run of one win in 15 matches. That came with a run of seven consecutive defeats which has seen the hoops plummet down the table – and fall to within eight points of the relegation zone. The London club confirmed the news yesterday and are now on the hunt for their third manager in the space of two years. Nahki Wells was one of the signings the former boss made, on loan from Burnley for the season, with QPR cash strapped and unable to sign players for significant fees. The Bermudan has had a relativity successful spell at Loftus Road scoring seven times and registering six assists during his 34 appearances. And he was one of the first to come out in support of McClaren despite his sacking, taking to Twitter to express is disappointment and gratitude. Wells tweeted: "Sad to see Steve McClaren leave. "He gave me the

Nahki Wells reacts to significant QPR news | Football League World