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Sousa Reaction - Andy Sinton

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Former QPR player Andy Sinton has given his reaction following the sacking of Paulo Sousa.

Speaking to Sky Sports the former R`s midfielder believed that the club will not benefit from Sousa`s mysterious departure.

He said: "I don`t think it comes as a real surprise, though the reason that they have given is a bit baffling.

"I suppose a lot of people will be asking questions and trying to get to the bottom of that. At the moment they seem to be on a wing and a prayer.

"The fans aren`t silly - they pay their money and they`re used to a certain way of playing.

"People are getting frustrated it doesn`t portray the club in a very good light.

"I just wish they`d get it sorted out sooner rather than later. I feel for the club, it`s a little bit topsy-turvey."


Sinton who signed for Rangers from Brentford back in 1989 also was also confused by the original appointment - but now is the time for stability.

He continued: "I think the appointment of Sousa was a bit strange to say the least."

"They need to get someone in charge and get the club back where it needs to be.

"Every time a new manager comes in he wants new staff and new players, they need a little bit of stability."


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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 9 2009

Time: 9:11PM

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Sinton was quite heart-felt when speaking about the club - despite his controversial departure!
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Sinton was quite heart-felt when speaking about the club - despite his controversial departure!
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