Date: 29th June 2006 at 9:55am
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Gary Waddock was yesterday (Wednesday) officially announced the new manager of QPR, following Ian Holloway’s appointment at Plymouth.

The 44-year-old has been in temporary charge since Ian Holloway was put on gardening leave on 6 February.

Waddock first recruited Alan McDonald as a first team coach before restructuring the scouting network and transfer listing and releasing 14 players in a bid to freshen up the squad and bring in his own men.

The new Rangers boss said speaking to the official website: ‘I’m delighted that QPR have finally been able to officially announce my position as first team manager.

‘Now I’ll feel a lot more confident in my role and I’m looking forward to implementing further changes behind the scenes as well as on the pitch.

‘I’ve got a great back room staff here and we’ve been planning the coming season all summer.

‘The work ethic and training methods will be subjected to a complete overhaul and we’re looking forward to seeing the results on the pitch.’

VITAL QPR would like to wish Gary Waddock the best of luck in his position.

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