Steve Sidwellhopes Ian Holloway avoids sacking with QPR

Ian Holloway is a 53 year old manager who is currently in charge of Queens Park Rangers; this is his 2nd managerial spell in that same club as he had already coached the English club back from 1991 until 1996.

The experienced coach opted to make a return to Loftus Road Stadium on November of 2016 as he replaced Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink who was sacked.

Even though Holloway has previously been in control of QPR, he is still struggling trying to secure consistent victories as winning game is a difficult task. Out of the 11 opening English League Championship matches, Holloway has only been able to win 3 matches and either lost or drew the other games.

This sudden drop of points has endangered Ian Holloway’s managerial career in Loftus Road and Steve Sidwell hopes it does not happen as he wants to see Holloway continue his stay in QPR, one of the reasons of why Sidwell is supporting and backing the 53 year old tactician is because the manager is a passionate person which is always good to have in the sport.

Sidwell said: “He’s a passionate person. You want these characters in football.I think it was a good appointment to get him in, somebody that knows the club well and the fans took to that. They are still in a transitional period from where they were a few years ago, but in this Championship you never know what can happen.

“They could start a run of form like Derby have had, or Villa. It’s fine lines in the Championship. Football now is slowly becoming a business. It’s not about a real love for the game, there’s no time or loyalty as such, it’s results driven.