QPR appoint Steve McClaren as new manager on two-year contract

18 May 2018 02:59
• 57-year-old ‘excited by challenge’ after replacing Ian Holloway• McClaren’s most recent role was in Israel with Maccabi Tel-AvivQueens Park Rangers have appointed Steve McClaren as manager, replacing Ian Holloway who left after the club finished 16th in the Championship.McClaren has agreed a two-year contract at Loftus Road, having briefly worked at QPR as a first-team coach under Harry Redknapp in 2013. The 57-year-old has been away from English football since leaving Derby County in March last year, with his last role in Israel as a consultant for Maccabi Tel-Aviv. Related: Frank de Boer and Graham Potter lead race to take Swansea manager’s job Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian