Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey holds Hoops hope

Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey

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Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey has confirmed he will learn whether he will be keeping his role after Loftus Road next week.

The coach, who moved into the Hoops’ hot-seat following the departure of veteran manager Harry Redknapp back in February, was unable to secure Premier League survival but could still retain his job in the Championship next term.

QPR are set for a turbulent summer ahead, with the uncertainly over their battle with the Football League on their Financial Fair Play rules, which could see the club barred from playing in the Championship.

Despite their current off-field troubles, Ramsey is still enjoying his time at the club and is hopeful he will given the task of trying to get the R’s back in the top flight at the first time of asking.

“I’ve been told an announcement will be made within a week,” he said. “As far as I know there hasn’t been an interview process. But managers pop up even when there isn’t one.

“I hope it will be me. I believe it will be me as much as football will allow it.”

As Ramsey waits for a decision on his future at the club, he will be in the dug-out at Loftus Road on Saturday, when the west Londoners host Newcastle United, with the Magpies fighting for their own Premier League survival this season.

QPR are 2.88 to win the clash with Newcastle, 3.40 to draw and 2.38 to lose to John Carver’s side.

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