Clock is ticking at Loftus Road.
Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes is facing a seven-day battle to keep his job.
Winless Rangers sit rooted to the bottom of the Barclays Premier League on three points.
Hughes must deal with the very real possibility of being sacked if he cannot win next weekend’s home match against Reading.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Mark Hughes can not be too surprised at the fact that his position at QPR hangs in the balance. Arguably the West London side have actually moved backwards since the Welshman arrived and replaced Neil Warnock as Loftus Road boss, and he’s been given a fair bit of money to invest in a squad that on paper should really be nearer half-way up the table and certainly not rooted to the bottom of the pile.
QPR have won just eight and lost 18 of the 31 games Hughes has presided over and without a win all season there is real danger that things could go from bad to worse and clearly Reading at home is a game the Super Hoops should win with ease it’s now quite rightly a game that could well justify the 48 year old’s future in charge of the West London side.
Hughes spent big sums in the transfer market in the summer, bringing in quality additions like Esteban Granero, Park Ji-Sung, Jose Bosingwa, Junior Hoilett and Stephane Mbia but QPR have collected a measly three points from nine matches thus far, a total that has unsurprisingly left the former Blackburn Rovers boss fearing the sack.
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