More change is imminent at QPR…
QPR lost manager Harry Redknapp a couple of weeks ago, and now it seems like more change is on the way.
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News coming out of the club today suggests CEO Philip Beard is also set to leave his post, with reports suggesting he will stand down in mid March.
The London based club are currently 17th in the table with 22 points for 25 games, level on points with a struggling Aston Villa side who are 18th.
More change at #QPR. CEO Philip Beard will leave his position in mid-March.
— London24 Sport (@London24Sport) February 13, 2015
They picked up their first away points of the season against Sunderland, and will be hoping to rescue their campaign during the second half of the season.
With the club in a state of turmoil at the moment, they need to get things settled so they can concentrate on Premier League survival rather than the comings and goings at Loftus Road.