Gary Bowyer is doing impressive things
Gary Bowyer is doing impressive things as the manager of Blackburn Rovers. During his first season in charge of the English Championship League club, he managed to guide the team to an 8th spot and just barely missed out on snatching a play-off position.
Stoke City and Swansea City are the Premier League clubs which suffered defeats after locking horns with Blackburn Rovers in the English FA Cup.
The coach of Blackburn Rovers, Gary Bowyer has now emerged as a possible candidate to take up the managerial role of Queens Park Rangers. Harry Redknapp resigned from coaching QPR in February of 2015 and ever since then, Chris Ramsay was given control of the club but only temporarily as it will only last until the end of the current season.
It seems like the head officials of Queens Park Rangers have been impressed with what Gary Bowyer has been doing with Blackburn Rovers and now he can possibly be given the chance to coach the club which is located in the bottom spots of the Premier League.
Michael Laudrup was the favorite on turning into the next coach of QPR but the French manager stated that he has no intentions in leaving behind Lekhwiya which is the current club that he is coaching.
Blackburn Rovers currently has around €80 million of debt and a big number of their players will be leaving in the summer in order to balance the books of the club. If Bowyer does not want to see some of his players exiting the English Championship League club and instead wants to face a new challenge then Queens Park Rangers is the answer.
Even though Chris Ramsey has a managerial contract with QPR until the end of the season, he could be given the option to turn into the coach of the Premier League club on a permanent basis but it will depend on how the team plays in this season. A string of positive results might be enough for Ramsey to land a job as the permanent manager of the club that wants to avoid the bottom drop zone but if good results don’t start emerging; Gary Bowyer might be offered with the job.