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Chris Ramsey Given QPR Job Until End Of Season

Shock stay in the hot-seat for caretaker manager…

Chris Ramsey has been confirmed as the Queens Park Rangers until the end of the Premier League season.

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The 52-year-old had taken temporary charge of the West London club with Les Ferdinand in the fallout of Harry Redknapp’s decision to quit and have knee surgery.

Yet it has now been confirmed that Ramsey has officially been appointed as the manager of the club.

QPR captain Joey Barton welcomed the news saying Ramsey has done a very good job since coming into the position and has got the squad back on the right track.

Ramsey oversaw QPR’s first away win of the season this week with a 2-0 victory over Sunderland.

He only joined the Hoops earlier this season as Head of Player Development and Academy Manager following 10 years of service with Tottenham Hotspur in the same position.

Ramsey has previously had little management experience, particularly at club level, taking charge of the England U-20 side between 1998 and 2000 before becoming coach at Charleston Battery, a third division club in the United States.

The news comes after QPR chairman Tony Fernandes tweeted he had found his ‘dream’ manager to replace the outgoing Redknapp, but it is unclear at the moment if he was referring to Ramsey.

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