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36-year-old in pole position for QPR manager’s job

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Former Milton Keynes Dons boss Karl Robinson has emerged as the new favourite for the vacant Queens Park Rangers job, according to The Sack Race.

Karl Robinson was sacked as manager of Milton Keynes recently after six years with the Buckinghamshire-based outfit.

The 36-year-old had led Milton Keynes to promotion to the Championship in 2014/15 but his side was relegated back to the third tier just one year later.

He continued to struggle in the role this season and was dismissed with Milton Keynes just adrift of the League One relegation zone.

QPR sacked Dutchman Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink last week after 11 months in charge.

The West London side were hoping to announce a new manager over the international break with Tim Sherwood being widely tipped to be Hasselbaink’s successor.

But Robinson has leapfrogged him into pole position for the role with Ian Holloway, Gary Rowett and Paul Clement also considered to be candidates.

QPR fans – would you like to see Robinson as your new manager? What could he offer that Hasselbaink couldn’t? Let us know in the comments below…


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