The Dane had been expected to take over at Loftus Road in the near future…
Michael Laudrup will not be named as the next manager of Queen’s Park Rangers, according to Sky Sports News.
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The former Swansea manager was widely thought to be the manager QPR chairman Tony Fernandes had tweeted about when he claimed he had found his ‘dream manager’, but Sky Sports report that this is not the case after all.
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Laudrup’s current club, Qatari side Lekhwiya, are unlikely to want their manage to leave them for the west London club.
While at Swansea, Laudrup won the Capital One Cup in his maiden season in charge and impressed with the fast paced passing style of football he got his team to play, but relations soured when he was reported to have ‘lost the dressing room’.
It remains to be seen exactly who the man to take over at Loftus Road will now be, but caretaker manager Chris Ramsey cannot be discounted from the running after picking up the team’s first away win of the season last night in a 2-0 victory at Sunderland.
Ramsey has been vocal about his desire to keep the job and may well be offered it until the end of the season should QPR’s search for a more permanent replacement for Harry Redknapp continue much longer.