Former Chelsea’ legend Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink sacked by Queens Park Rangers

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Queens Park Rangers have announced the sacking of manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink after a poor run of recent form.

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The Dutchman only look over at Loftus Road last December, but a disappointing 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest in their last game as sealed his fate.

QPR find themselves 17th in the Championship at the moment, and have just one win from their last five games.

A club with big expectations, it is little surprise to see the Londoners begin their search for a new manager, with an update supposedly set to be made soon.

The Dutchman leaves Loftus Road following today’s 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest in the Sky Bet Championship.

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Hasselbaink joined QPR in December 2015 and oversaw 47 matches in charge, winning 14, drawing 18 and losing 15.

The club appreciates Jimmy’s efforts during his time in charge and wishes him all the best for the future.

Owing to the international break, the First Team squad will return to training on Wednesday. A further update regarding the club’s managerial situation will be made in due course.

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