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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Gregory to be Axed if QPR Lose to Watford?

BBC Gossip: "QPR will sack John Gregory if the team lose at the weekend. (Various) " BBC

UPDATE: Dave McIntyre/Ealing Gazette - Watford defeat could spell end for Gregory - Axe hovers over Rangers boss
John Gregory faces the sack if QPR lose to Watford on Saturday.
The Rangers boss is under pressure following a dismal start to the season, which has seen his side lose four consecutive home matches.
Incoming new owners Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore were considering the appointment of a new manager even before seeing Tuesday night’s 2-0 defeat to Plymouth.
The search for a possible replacement gathered pace after the game but Gregory will take charge for the Watford match, giving him a final chance to avoid the axe.
Meanwhile, defender Dominic Shimmin is training with Swindon with a view to joining the League One club on loan. Ealing Gazette

Mirror - Rangers give Gregory one final chance
John Gregory has one match to save his job - with Martin Allen waiting in the wings.
If QPR lose at home to Watford on Saturday the curtains will come down on the former Aston Villa boss's 12-month spell at Loftus Road.
Formula One magnates Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone will begin sifting through the avalanche of offers from agents since they took control.
The pair were expecting better results over the last three games but the Championship side crashed at home to Plymouth, managed by former Rangers boss Ian Holloway.
But instead the new owners left 10 minutes before the end as Rangers confirmed their worst start in 14 years. The duo are beginning to wonder whether Gregory is the man to lead their new £25million investment.
A Rangers source said: "I can't seem Gregory surviving if Rangers lose to Watford."
The popular choice to take charge is Allen, but former Fulham boss Micky Adams was in the directors' box for Tuesday's Argyle game - Mirror

The Sun - Football Stories
JOHN GREGORY will be sacked by QPR if they lose at home to Watford on Saturday.
A Rangers source said: “I can’t see him surviving if we lose.
“He brought in his own players but it’s not happening.” The Sun

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