Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey believes the London club should retain his services for the long-term, as he thinks they need one man to rebuild the club over the next few years, regardless if they avoid relegation or not, reports Sky
The Londoners are 19th in the Premier League after 33 games, and need to pick up results soon to stand a chance of survival. They have turned their form with four points from their last three games, but have some tricky fixtures to come which could see them stuck in the bottom three if they can’t earn some surprise wins in the coming weeks.
Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey has endured a difficult spell in charge of the club, but has picked up just two wins since he took charge from Harry Redknapp, who resigned from his post back in February. Ramsey feels the London side need a stable appointment with a manager who is willing to build the club to avoid them yo-yoing between the Premier League and Championship.
And while there will be a lot of managers in the summer who could be unattached, Ramsey says it should him. “I’ve been in the game a long time and you have to be realistic about what generally happens, whether it’s fair or not fair. The club have to do the best for their long term. I think the club long-term needs someone like me to have a holistic approach of building the club.”
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