Sherwood wanted at Loftus Road…
Queens Park Rangers have put former Tottenham Hotspur head coach Tim Sherwood at the top of their wish list of who they want as successor to Harry Redknapp following his resignation, reports CaughtOffside.
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Redknapp resigned as QPR boss in the early hours of the morning after transfer deadline day, following a phone call to chairman Tony Fernandes in which the former Spurs boss revealed that health concerns meant that he felt he could no longer fulfil his managerial duties.
The 67-year-old needs both a left and right knee replacement, and claimed that he couldn’t put off calling it quits on his role with the Hoops any longer.
CaughtOffside report that Sherwood is the man topping QPR’s wish-list as Redknapp’s successor – and Chris Ramsey, Head of Player Development and Academy Manager, and Les Ferdinand, Head of Football Operations, could play a pivotal role in the 45-year-old’s appointment.