After only being able to win 8 matches out of the 38 in the Premier League, Queens Park Rangers finished the season at the very bottom of the English league and ultimately were relegated to the Championship league.
The final match of the season that Queens Park Rangers played was against Leicester City and it concluded with a 5-1 defeat for the team of Chris Ramsey, it certainly wasn’t the best way for QPR to end their Premier League stay but nonetheless even with the relegation and the overwhelming string of defeats, Chris Ramsey was offered the chance to continue coaching the English team.
The 53 year old coach, Chris Ramsey took charge of Queens Park Rangers back in February as he replaced Harry Redknapp who had resigned from his coaching position in the club. The coaching role that was given to Ramsey was initially expected to be only until the end of the current season but the head chiefs and owners of QPR were impressed to see how Ramsey took charge of the club and despite getting relegated, he will resume his managerial career at Loftus Road for 3 more years.
Chris Ramsey expressed his delight in being assigned as the permanent coach of QPR as he told the press: “This is a new start for us and one I am confident Chris will relish playing a major part in. This is a fantastic opportunity for me and one I am tremendously excited about. I enjoyed my time in temporary charge, despite the way the season panned out, and now I’m looking forward to the challenge of helping rebuild this club over the coming years.’’
The next task that the head chiefs of QPR want Ramsey to accomplish is to help QPR earn a promotion spot back to the Premier League but this is easier said than done.