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Paul Hart

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Good manager.

Poor Jimbo Magilton, he'll be the next Norn Iron manager. Not sure if that would go down too well in certain ranks! Let me tell ya a story bout that...

You think if I applied for the QPR job next time they'd give me it?
I'll send Flav my record in Football Manager.

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posted Dec 17, 2009

Pompey fan here. ill never forget everything Hart has done for Pompey you are getting a good bloke who likes his teams to play football and given the right tools im suer a will doa reasonable job. He has a good eye for youth talent too judging by his past.

Im sure im not alone in Pompey fans wishing a great man alll the best and some better luck than he has experiance with us.

Paul Harts Blue and White Army is still applicable too!!!!!

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posted Dec 17, 2009

How quickly things can change. When we, (Leicester) went to QPR, little over 2 months ago, with Magilton seen to be amazing. Hed moulded a really good attacking side out at Loftus Road and was turning Rangers into the surprise package of the season.

We nicked a 2-1 win a highly entertaining match.

QPR have stuttered a little since and now hes gone?! I hope Paul Hart gets a chance if good things start to momentarily dip.

http://sportales.com/soccer/we-hate-manchester-united-should-we/

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posted Dec 17, 2009

Worried Watford fan, here, in peace.

I was disappointed that Paul Hart lost his job at Pmopey, but pleased he has this job. I like QPR, who have a decent team, so he should do a good job for you. A good honest bloke, who will get the best out of the side.

Question, although the QPR fans deserve someone as good as Hart - but does the Board? They need to stick with him and let him get on with the job of getting you in the play-offs - very doable.

Good luck.

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posted Dec 17, 2009

Good luck to Paul Hart and QPR as a result. Felt he was doing a hard job at Portsmouth and was shipped off as a result of inlfuences outside the club. Paul should be able to flow as he chooses, and that could hopefully be a good thing for QPR.

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posted Dec 17, 2009

Interesting comments. Obviously the R's are not considered as too much a threat or is it that people supporting Championship teams aren't as vile as their EPL counterparts.

My opinion of the changes going on at Loftus Road, and this has intrigued me greatly ever since EE and FB took control of the club, is 'watch this space'. These two know and I mean KNOW how to make money out of sport and my prediction is that they will turn QPR into a successful EPL team and an even more successful business.

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posted Dec 17, 2009

Paul Hart will do nothing. Nice enough bloke but like many in the Premiership he has never won anything and never will.

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posted Dec 17, 2009

How unambitious

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comment by daib0 (U7789424)

posted Dec 17, 2009

As a 'nuetral' I wish him luck, but having read that "If we're there at the turn of the year, it'll be hard for us to be shifted," he told the club website - I see as clutching at straws. As always it's "actions, not words" that count !

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posted Dec 18, 2009

Sorry Laszlo but what exactly are you waffling about with regards to Magilton not being accepted if he was Northern Ireland manager? Get a life you complete wally

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posted Dec 18, 2009

FAO Laszlo: your jibe about the NI fans hasn't gone unnoticed. Funny how our last manager was of the same religion as Magilton yet was an absolute god in the fans eyes

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