They must be sick of the sight of us!

Last updated : 15 January 2010 By Bladesmadeditor

2798183Paul Hart, the former Portsmouth manager, has left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent. The Loftus Road outfit proved to get impatient with yet another one of their managers; this time, Hart had only managed five games!

The sacking comes after two losses, two draws and one win for the London club. The two draws coming against the Blades; Richard Cresswell recorded goals in both games, firstly in the league encounter at Loftus Road where it finished 1:1, and then the FA Cup Third Round 1:1 draw at the Lane. Between those results, Rangers beat Bristol City 2:1 and lost to Ipswich 3:0 at Portman Road.

And, most recently, this week's FA Cup Third Round Replay defeat to the Blades was enough to see Hart lose his job. QPR must be sick of meeting us! Tough luck on them that they still have a league meeting at Bramall Lane in the middle of March.

It's surely a harsh decision to sack the former Barnsley gaffer only five games in!

As pointed out by one of our Message-board users, we have effectively got three managers sacked this season! Paul Sturrock, Alan Irvine (now manager of Sheffield Wednesday) and now Paul Hart.

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