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Hart 'poised' for QPR job?

Hart 'poised' for QPR job?

Paul Hart, who had been 'linked' with several jobs since he left Pompey, and before - including managerial roles with Watford and Reading, and a youth team post at Spurs, is 'poised' to take over at QPR today.

Jim 'scummer' Magilton and his assistant John Gorman were relieved of their duties following an 'altercation' that Magilton had with a player - apparently he butted him!

So, and the latest in a long, long line of managers at QPR over the past couple of years, it looks like Hart will soon be back in a job shortly.

Speaking of managers back in jobs/out of them, former Pompey manager Alain Perrin was sacked by St Etienne the other day with another former Pompey manager Tony Adams a candidate to replace him at the French outfit!

Should this QPR appointment be confirmed - Hart must be a glutton for punishment given where he has pitched up in recent times - I wish the guy the best of luck, although I fear that he WILL need it, again...

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Thursday December 17 2009
Time: 10:00AM

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sorry to see magilton go as I thought he was doing a pretty decent job. I remember him well as a player with Oxford many years ago, after he was released by Liverpool. very good player, who always gave his all. Should Paul Hart get the job, I think he will be an inspired choice, but surely Briatore has got to show faith in one man and give him time and the recourses to to the job for more that a few months.
oxfordspur
17/12/2009 10:08:00
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Sorry if that post was more directed at QPR for some reason I thought the link went to their site :-(
oxfordspur
17/12/2009 10:09:00
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paul hart would do wonders for QPR but it was shocking news that magilton has gone all the best to QPR
leeimp95
17/12/2009 10:28:00
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lets hope his first signing is MOKOENA.
pompeyhussler
17/12/2009 10:42:00
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Wish him all the best, never should have been made permanent manager for us, and was sent off without much compassion. Just hope that we aren't playing them next season (unless he gets them promoted).
pompeywa
17/12/2009 10:59:00
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(lol) Hussler - You'd hope so wouldn't you ! - I think 'wa' is right he should've been been given the job full time but hey ho.. in the History books he'll go down as a nice bloke who galvanised a disperate bunch of players in really difficult circumstances but (sadly) was just not up to the task. I'd love him to do well at QPR as he deserves a bit of success for all his hard work - I wonder if he'll raid Pompeys Academy players come January ??
Chix
17/12/2009 13:13:00
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Good Guy, wish him all the best - a sad loss to the club, but did the job to the best of his ability with Honour and Integrity (not many can say that recently).
BarneyArmy
17/12/2009 15:29:00
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Hes officaly thr manager now, Good Luck to him.
PompeyFcMad
17/12/2009 16:14:00
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QPR ground is about 10 mins walk from where I live. If I see him walk past my window with his trackie bottoms tucked into his socks on the way to the laundrette, I will give him a cheery wave and a smile.
hammersmithblue
17/12/2009 17:32:00
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Good luck to him, he deserves it.
PFCblue
17/12/2009 17:54:00
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