“Incredible” :Ranking QPR’s last 7 managers including Ainsworth from worst to best …

Here’s a ranking of QPR’s last seven managers, comparing their performances:

  1. Mick Beale: Mick Beale received praise for his work at QPR and was considered a potential manager to lead the team back to the Premier League. However, he left for Glasgow Rangers, which disappointed QPR fans. His time at Ibrox did not go as planned, and he is currently without a job.
  2. Mark Warburton: Mark Warburton’s time at QPR was one of the more successful periods in the club’s recent history. He assembled a decent team and had QPR in the conversation for the top six and promotion. Although they fell short, his tenure was regarded positively.
  3. Ian Holloway: Ian Holloway, a club legend, had multiple roles at QPR. His last spell as manager lasted nearly two years, and he is respected for his contributions to the club.
  4. Steve McClaren: Steve McClaren’s tenure at QPR had its ups and downs. He won just over a third of his games but had a disappointing run towards the end of his time as manager.
  5. Gareth Ainsworth: Ainsworth’s tenure saw a close call between him and Hasselbaink in terms of win percentage. Despite inheriting a challenging situation, QPR hasn’t shown significant improvement this season.
  6. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: Hasselbaink, while successful at other clubs, had a forgettable period as QPR manager. The team struggled to find form and rhythm during his time in charge.
  7. Neil Critchley: Neil Critchley’s appointment seemed sound at the time, but it didn’t work out. He had the lowest win percentage of any QPR boss on a permanent basis and struggled during his time in charge.

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