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QPR legend wants Redknapp

SoccerNews in English Premier League 18 Nov 2012

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Former QPR goalkeeper Phil Parkes wants Harry Redknapp to replace under-fire manager Mark Hughes.

Parkes believes sacking Hughes and bringing in former Tottenham manager Redknapp is the way to go if the club are to avoid relegation.

An abject 3-1 home defeat to Southampton on Saturday left the Rs rooted to the bottom of the Premier League with just four points after 12 games, five clear of safety.

And the 62-year-old said owner Tony Fernandes must ‘bite the bullet’ and sack the Welshman if his former club are to beat the drop, suggesting that Redknapp is the perfect man for the job.

“You may have to bite the bullet and say it is time for Mark Hughes to move on,” Parkes told reporters.

“Harry Redknapp is hovering in the background and he is a guy who will come in and make a difference straight away.

“There is only one person who can make the decision and that is Tony Fernandes.”

While Parkes, who played for the Rs between 1970 and 1979, has sympathy for the difficulties of Hughes’ task at the west London club, he insists that it will only get worse for the club the longer that the 49-year-old remains in charge.

He continued: “They have some tough games coming up and if he carries on backing Mark Hughes and they keep losing it is very difficult to get yourselves out of that position.

“The longer (Fernandes) leaves it the worse it will be for a new manager coming in and unfortunately that is what they need now, a new direction.

“It is horrible when you see a manager in this position but I would think he would slowly be running out of time and I am not sure how long he can carry on in the job.”

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