QPR have parted ways with manager Neil Critchley following a dreadful 3-1 away defeat against promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough last time out.
Critchley arrived at Loftus Road with plenty of credit in the bank after impressing during his time as Blackpool manager in his last full-time head coaching role, but the partnership never worked out.
With the board's quest for a new head coach already underway, RealSport101's Harry Smith is on hand to give you the latest odds to replace Neil Critchley as QPR manager.
Next permanent QPR manager odds
The odds for Neil Critchley's replacement as QPR manager are correct as of Monday, February 20th.
- Gareth Ainsworth - 2/5
- Nathan Jones - 4/1
- Shaun Derry - 7/1
- Chris Wilder - 16/1
- Paul Hall - 20/1
- Marti Cifuentes - 25/1
- Alex Neil - 25/1
- Steven Gerrard - 33/1
- Brian Barry-Murphy - 33/1
- Darren Moore - 40/1
- Giovanni van Bronckhorts - 40/1
- Anthony Barry - 40/1
- John Eustace - 40/1
- Jody Morris - 40/1
- Scott Parker - 40/1
- Mark Robins - 40/1
- Lee Bowyer - 40/1
- John Terry - 50/1
- Jesse Marsch - 50/1
Critchley's QPR departure: As it happened
Neil Critchley was appointed as QPR boss just 12 games ago to replace Rangers-bound manager Mick Beale, but the partnership never kicked on.
QPR won their first game under Critchley's reign, beating Preston in a tight encounter, but form rapidly tailed off from there with the London club now winless in ten league games heading into the closing stages of the season.
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