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Which managerial candidate do you want to take the recently vacated helm at Loftus Road?

The poison chalice has been passed once more with another manager falling by the wayside, but who do you back to take on the unenviable task of taking the job on?

Out of work there is the likes of Paul Jewell, Gary Megson, Steve Cotterill and other familiar suspects that are first to be linked with any job going.

Do you throw the money at a Terry Venables style appointment, or do you want to see Luigi De Canio return to Loftus Road?

Does Mick Harford, Marc Bircham or Steve Gallen deserve a go, and what of the future of Gareth Ainsworth as a player or indeed a coach?

All these questions are set to be decided soon - but what message do you want to send to the board in terms of managerial appointments?

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Date:Friday January 15 2010
Time: 8:00AM


as fans, you must dispair over the instability at the top. how can you progress with the constant revolving door policy?
15/01/2010 12:18:00
Well Hart has resigned - must question the reasons, but he wasn't sacked.
15/01/2010 18:26:00
How about Jedward?
15/01/2010 21:18:00
would u guys like to see de canio back???
15/01/2010 21:31:00
Personally, no. I may be in a minority there - yes it was fun but it was never really going anywhere and the players admitted that the language barrier was a real problem. Love the bloke, but no thanks.
15/01/2010 22:33:00
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