QPR remain without a manager and the names keep on coming as to who might well succeed Steve McClaren at Loftus Road.
The R’s have had a rather strange season to say the very least.
At the start of the campaign they started badly and relegation fears grew before embarking on a run that then saw the mindset change to thinking about the play-offs come mid-campaign.
2019, though, has been an absolute stinker and, though they shouldn’t go down, they’re not going to finish too clear of the drop-zone, put it that way.
A new manager needs to come in and get results turned, then, and according to West London Sport Billy Davies is declaring himself as interested.
A name we’ve not seen in the Championship for some time, he did enjoy a good spell at Nottingham Forest in the challenge for the play-offs in the last decade and at Preston, whilst at Derby he was there for their ill-fated Premier League run.
He has experience, then, and he knows the league well but, surely, it is a huge risk – one R’s fans won’t exactly jump at.
Of course, he may now be rejuvenated – ready to get back into management after some time out and it could prove a masterstroke but, from a risk assessment view and for a club like the R’s who can feasibly get into trouble next season with the wrong move, it just wouldn’t make sense.