Queens Park Rangers have spoken to former manager Ian Holloway about a potential return to management, according to local media outlet West London Sport.
QPR are in the market for a new manager having parted ways with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink after 11 months in charge.
The Dutchman was given his marching orders following QPR’s 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest last weekend and the Championship club are hoping to announce his successor over the international break.
Tim Sherwood has been widely tipped to take over at QPR but former manager Ian Holloway has now entered discussions to take the reins at Loftus Road.
The 53-year-old made over 150 appearances for QPR as a player and got the R’s promoted to the second tier as manager.
After leaving QPR in 2006, he has gone on to manage Plymouth and Leicester before successful spells with Blackpool and Crystal Palace.
Most recently, however, he had a dire stint at Millwall and has been working as a television pundit ever since.
QPR fans – would you welcome Holloway back? Would he be better than Sherwood?
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