West Ham confirm appointment of Mark Warburton as assistant coach
West Ham United have announced the shock appointment of former Brentford and QPR manager Mark Warburton as an assistant coach to David Moyes.
West Ham appoint ex-Brentford, QPR and Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton as new first-team assistant coach under David Moyes
West Ham have hired former Brentford, Nottingham Forest, QPR and Rangers manager Mark Warburton as an assistant coach to David Moyes. Warburton, 59, will work with the first team from this weekend when the players return for pre-season training. He joins Kevin Nolan, Billy McKinlay, Paul Nevin and Xavi Valero...
Mark Warburton joins David Moyes’ coaching staff at West Ham
Mark Warburton has been appointed first-team assistant coach at West Ham. The 59-year-old has had spells in charge of Brentford, Rangers, Nottingham Forest and QPR and led the Hoops to a top-half finish in the Championship last season before leaving the club at the end of the season.
Sol Campbell 'emerges as a leading contender to succeed Mark Warburton at QPR'... with the Championship club also considering former Tottenham and Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood for the managerial vacancy
Sol Campbell is a leading candidate to become QPR's next manager, according to reports. The Championship club announced last month that Mark Warburton would be leaving the club at the end of the season, and they are now looking for his successor. Campbell is believed to be the favourite for...
Mark Warburton satisfied with farewell win after QPR sink Swansea
Mark Warburton admitted it was “very pleasing” to end his three-year QPR reign with a win after beating Swansea 1-0 at the Swansea.com Stadium. A late goal from second-half substitute Andre Gray, his 10th of the season, secured the three points on Warburton’s farewell to leave them in 11th place.
Winning farewell for boss Mark Warburton as QPR beat Swansea
Andre Gray came off the bench to score his 10th goal of the season to provide Mark Warburton with a winning end to his three-year reign at QPR as the visitors won 1-0 at the Swansea.com Stadium. QPR went into game having won only one of their last nine, with...
QPR’s Mark Warburton: ‘Losing the dressing room and all that nonsense? Not at all’
“You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t get emotional about it,” says Mark Warburton, as the frustration and regret momentarily interrupt his pragmatic response to leaving Queens Park Rangers. It is at times like these when the 59-year-old likes to lean on the lessons of his old life as a currency trader in the City, a similarly ruthless, results-driven industry where a failure to hit targets would end in a swift dismissal. But back then, when Warburton was turning over billions of pounds on a daily basis, it was all black and white, a simple matter of profit and loss....
Three potential replacements for Mark Warburton at QPR
With Queens Park Rangers’ season effectively over with a home defeat against Sheffield United, many supporters will be wondering what could have been after a campaign of hope for promotion quickly turned to capitulation — resulting in Mark Warburton leaving the club upon the expiry of his contract.
Mark Warburton: Queens Park Rangers boss to leave at end of season
Queens Park Rangers have confirmed boss Mark Warburton will leave the Championship club in the summer. The 59-year-old succeeded Steve McClaren as manager at Loftus Road in May 2019 but his contract runs out at the end of this season. Warburton told a news conference earlier on Thursday that he...
Blackburn leave Tony Mowbray in limbo as QPR confirm Mark Warburton exit
The Blackburn manager, Tony Mowbray, has made a decision over his future at the club and looks likely to leave Ewood Park after five years in charge. Rovers are chasing a playoff place with two games of the Championship season remaining, but Mowbray says he has not heard anything from the club about his future.
QPR confirm boss Mark Warburton will not be at Loftus Road next season as Championship outfit confirm the former Rangers boss will leave when his contract runs out this summer
QPR manager Mark Warburton will leave the Sky Bet Championship club at the end of the season. Warburton's contract ends this summer and he said on Thursday afternoon there had been no discussions over a new deal. Just a few hours later, QPR chief executive Lee Hoos confirmed that 59-year-old...
Mark Warburton does not expect to be QPR manager next season
QPR boss Mark Warburton does not expect to be at the club next season. Warburton is out of contract in the summer and has yet to have any discussions about a new deal.
Mark Warburton to leave QPR at the end of the season
QPR manager Mark Warburton will leave the Sky Bet Championship club at the end of the season. Warburton’s contract ends this summer and he said on Thursday afternoon there had been no discussions over a new deal.
Mark Warburton ‘very disappointed’ as QPR let play-off hopes fade out
Mark Warburton expressed his frustration as QPR’s play-off hopes were effectively ended with a 1-0 defeat at Stoke City. The Rs failed to register a shot on target as they suffered an eighth defeat in 11 matches, falling six points behind the play-off fray with two games remaining.
We have to win all five – Mark Warburton not giving up on play-off bid
QPR manager Mark Warburton admitted his side need to win all their remaining games to rekindle their Championship play-off hopes. A 2-1 defeat to Preston was the club’s seventh defeat in eight matches and has seen them slip six points off the top six.
QPR boss Mark Warburton is set for the SACK after picking up just one win in their last six matches - as hierarchy believe a change can trigger upturn in form and revive play-off hopes
QPR manager Mark Warburton is on the brink of losing his job following their 2-0 defeat at Fulham. The 59-year old has been in charge at Loftus Road since 2019 and though a popular figure, results in recent weeks have seen his side drift to ninth in the Championship table with just one win in their last six games.
Rangers: Mark Warburton on departure as Ibrox boss
Former Rangers manager Mark Warburton says the manner of his Ibrox departure still "eats away" at him. The club said they accepted the resignations of Warburton, assistant David Weir and head of recruitment Frank McParland in February 2017. However, Warburton told the Sacked In The Morning podcast he found out...
‘Punters right to boo’ – QPR boss Mark Warburton frustrated after Posh defeat
QPR boss Mark Warburton admitted irate home fans had every right to jeer his team after Sunday’s 3-1 defeat by struggling Peterborough. Stuttering Rangers have lost five of their past six matches, have slipped to eighth in the Sky Bet Championship table, and are struggling to stay in the race for a play-off place.
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