Date: 8th May 2008 at 4:59pm
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Luigi De Canio has today left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent it was announced of the official website earlier this afternoon.

The QPR official website stated:

“Queens Park Rangers Football Club have parted company with First Team Coach Luigi De Canio by mutual consent with immediate effect.”

“The club would like to place on the record its thanks to Luigi for his contribution to QPR and wish him all the best for a successful future.”

The club also stated:

“An announcement on a successor will be made in due course.”

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9 Replies to “Gigi Departs: So Whose Next?”

  • Quite clearly paving the way for ZiZou to take over as player manager! We’ll all be watching your club with great anticipation over the next few months

  • What a sickner,I feel gutted and cheated and am now *****ed off,
    what the hell are they doing????Liked the man a lot and i believed he was the man to take us foward.I,m now scared to find out the new manager,do not want to hear the name Ian Dowie mentioned.
    Please make this the right man,with the right ideas,although i think he might have just left.Thanks GIGI you did a great job,or tried to.

  • It was only ever going to be a short-term thing we shouldn’t kid ourselves. Rest assured it will NOT be Iain Dowie. I’ve heard Holloway and Coleman rumours, goodness me we can do better.

  • Holloway,that would be an insult to me and so would Coleman,we can do better and hopefully WILL.I hope and i mean hope that this turns out to be a right move,because if it isn,t we are going to be the laughing stock right across the footballing world.I cannot think of any english manager that fits the bill,TIME WILL TELL

  • Well feel sorry for him, hasn’t done bad for you guys, he may of had alot of money to spend but you still need to know what you’re doing!

  • why is sam allardyce leading the poll, nnnnoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo please do not bring that stlye to loftus rd, novellino all the way for me, his acheivements are immense compared to the others

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