The news was in the air but now its official, Mark Hughes is the QPR boss. Once QPR decided to sack Warnock, the first candidate in line for the job was always Hughes. The only reason why Mark Hughes wouldn’t have accepted the job was if the club wasn’t ambitious enough. That was the reason why he chose to quit Fulham last summer. From Hughes first comments it seems that QPR are ready to match his ambitions and it seems that he will be getting a 20 million sterling transfer kitty this January to waive off any chances of relegation.
QPR owner, Fernandes, stated that the club is eager to move forward but the first step is to establish themselves in the Premier League. Once they avoid relegation this season they will be able to challenge for more important objectives.
Mark Hughes kick started his managerial career by managing the Welsh national team. He then moved on to club management when he managed Blackburn. His great job at Blackburn earned him a move to ambitious side, Manchester City. His stay there didn’t end on a positive note but since then he had another stint with Fulham.
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