Warnock the right man for QPR
Having seen Queens Park Rangers start the season in perfect fashion, with his side earning a maximum nine points and a plus nine goal difference, manager Neil Warnock might finally be the man who can guide QPR to the Premier League.
Having gone through five different managers last season, and many more than that since their headline-grabbing takeover in 2007, QPR players had once joked that they didn’t bother to learn their new manager’s name, in order to avoid confusing it with the next man who came in.
However, with Warnock having both the experience and the required nous to work with difficult owners, Rangers fans may be forgiven for believing that he can get the club to the promised land of the Premier League. The Betfair football predictions suggest that could be the case.Streaming and download Froning: The Fittest Man In History (2015)
Although he has not always won fans with his abrupt style, Warnock has certainly shown himself to be capable of overcoming the odds as well as getting the best out of his sides, a fact exemplified by his masterminded victory over Premier League giants Arsenal while in charge of Sheffield United.
The factor that may be bringing the most confidence to Rangers fans is the honesty of Warnock when assessing his squad’s current ability to challenge for a place in the Premiership. Having identified that his squad currently requires a couple more strikers to move from being a top ten side to contenders for the title, Warnock has also sought to act on his feeling by attempting to bring experienced striker Jason Roberts on loan to the club.
With Warnock aware that the price for failing to deliver success may well be a swift dismissal, he will know that he will need to continue his side’s form while carrying on improving his squad.
Meanwhile, the Portsmouth betting suggests the side could be relegated two seasons running.
The club has yet to fully recover from the turmoil it suffered last term.