Queens Park Rangers: 5 Reasons Mark Hughes Shouldn't Be Fired After Slow Start

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Queens Park Rangers: 5 Reasons Mark Hughes Shouldn't Be Fired After Slow Start
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Two points from his side’s first seven games of the Premier League season and there are already doubts about just how much longer Mark Hughes will remain as QPR manager.

The former Manchester United veteran has had a difficult time since moving to Loftus Road in January of this year and doesn’t seem likely to get a reprieve anytime soon.

His team’s latest game resulted in a 3-2 loss to West Brom over the weekend, and with fixtures against Everton and Arsenal just over the horizon, the Rs boss could indeed be in trouble.

However, it’s all too easy for a side to just give up these days, and Hughes deserves more of a shot before Tony Fernandes decides to call it a day with his current manager.

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