Next QPR Manager Betting Odds And History

The next QPR manager odds are on offer from the best betting sites. Bookmakers have a list of potential managerial candidates for the position at Loftus Road as the club looks to achieve top-flight status.

Next QPR Manager Betting Odds And History
Former Blackpool Manager Neil Critchley: Image: bbc

QPR Manager

  • Manager Michael Beale leaves for Glasgow Rangers. 
  • Neil Critchley is appointed on the 12th of December 2022 on a three and half-year deal. 
  • The former Blackpool manager had been the clear favourite to take the job.
Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Neil Critchley 12/12/2022 27/01/2023 46

Next QPR Manager Odds

With a vacant position for a manager, if we see it is still filled above, there will always be a view and betting odds available with various bookmakers as to who will be the next Manager. 

Keeping a close eye on the next manager to be sacked betting, will also provide some clues as to who will be available should another change come at Loftus Road and QPR. 

We will have odds on the next QPR manager and a closer look at the potential contenders. 

Image: Christopher Keeley/Shutterstock


How To Place A Bet On The Next Queens Park RangersManager

To place a bet on the next manager you will need to find the bookmaker that is offering the best odds on your favoured selection. 

Finding the next manager odds for any club is always easier when no manager is in place, and a little harder when the position is filled. 

1. Find the best football betting site offering odds on the next QPR manager.

2. Choose your selection

3. Decide how much you want to bet

4. Check the odds and your stake to decide how much you will win if successful.

5. Understand that if your QPR manager prediction is wrong you will lose money.

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If you do not have an active online betting account, then head over to our betting sites section where you will see a list of bookmakers available in the UK. 

We have in-depth reviews so you can see what other users think of them before deciding, or head over to the free bets page where you can see the list of welcome offers currently available from all UK betting sites.

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QPR Manager betting ahead of Neil Critchley's appointment


Manager Betting Odds Probability
Neil Critchley 2/1 33.00%
Marti Cifuentes 4/1 20.00%
Antony Barry 7/1 12.50%
Chris Wilder 7/1 12.50%
Gareth Ainsworth 10/1 9.10%

Neil Critchley

  • After two years managing Blackpool Neil Critchley moved to Aston Villa to work under Steven Gerrard. 
  • Unfortunately, results did not go well for the midlands club and Gerrad was sacked, Critchley departed soon after. 
  • He was touted to be heading to Luton before Rob Edwards was appointed. 
  • The 44-year-old is highly thought of in football circles and it is understandable that he heads the QPR manager betting odds.


Marti Cifuentes

  • Marti Cifuentes entered the next QPR manager betting and is a name English football fans are not fully aware of. 
  • He currently manages Hammarby in the Swedish Allsvenskan and was appointed in January 2022, 
  • Hammarby finished in third place last season and qualified for the Europa Conference League. 
  • The bookies seem to regard him as a serious contender. 


Antony Barry

  • We have an up-and-coming coach in Antony Barry who has gone under the radar of many football fans, however, he is starting to amass admiration from teams and players who he has helped train. 
  • As a footballer, he took to the pitch predominately in the lower leagues. Yeovil Town and Fleetwood Town were just two of the eight clubs he played for. 
  • He started as an assistant to Paul Cook at Wigan Athletic.
  • He joined Chelsea in a 1st team coaching role and combined this with working for Ireland under Stephen Kenny
  • Ahead of the World Cup in Qatar Barry was asked by Roberto Martinez to work with the Belgium National team.
  • His name is beginning to be quoted for vacant managerial jobs in England. 

He is an innovative coach with an energetic style and is someone I have been aware of for a few years now,

Stephen Kenny - Republic of Ireland Manager

QPR Managers

List of Queens Park Rangers Managers

Mark Warburton was the longest-serving manager at the club since Ian Holloway. It looks like the board liked what they saw but unfortunately, he couldn't secure promotion to the EPL. 

With near rivals Brentford and Fulham now in the top flight this will have heaped more pressure on everyone at the club, with the manager ultimately carrying the can.

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Michael Beale 01/06/2022 27/11/2022 179
Mark Warburton 08/05/2019 01/06/2022 1120
John Eustace 01/04/2019 08/05/2019 37
Steve McClaren 18/05/2018 01/04/2019 318
Ian Holloway 10/11/2016 10/05/2018 546
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 04/12/2015 07/11/2016 339
Neil Warnock 04/11/2015 04/12/2015 30
Kevin Bond 03/02/2015 12/02/2015 9
Chris Ramsey 03/02/2015 04/11/2015 274
Harry Redknapp 25/11/2012 03/02/2015 800
Mark Bowen 23/11/2012 25/11/2012 2
Eddie Niedzwiecki 23/11/2012 25/11/2012 2
Mark Hughes 10/01/2012 23/11/2012 318
Neil Warnock 02/03/2010 08/01/2012 677
Mick Harford 15/01/2010 02/03/2010 46
Paul Hart 17/12/2009 15/01/2010 29
Steve Gallen 16/12/2009 17/12/2009 1
Jim Magilton 03/06/2009 16/12/2009 196
Gareth Ainsworth 09/04/2009 03/05/2009 24
Paulo Sousa 19/11/2008 09/04/2009 141
Gareth Ainsworth 24/10/2008 19/11/2008 26
Iain Dowie 14/05/2008 24/10/2008 163
Luigi De Canio 29/10/2007 12/05/2008 196
Mick Harford 01/10/2007 29/10/2007 28
John Gregory 20/09/2006 01/10/2007 376
Gary Waddock 06/02/2006 19/09/2006 225
Ian Holloway 26/02/2001 06/02/2006 1806
Gerry Francis 16/10/1998 25/02/2001 863
Iain Dowie 28/09/1998 16/10/1998 18
Ray Harford 05/12/1997 28/09/1998 297
John Hollins 11/11/1997 05/12/1997 24
Stewart Houston 16/09/1996 10/11/1997 420
Ray Wilkins 15/11/1994 04/09/1996 659
Gerry Francis 01/06/1991 11/11/1994 1259
Don Howe 28/11/1989 21/05/1991 539
Trevor Francis 14/12/1988 27/11/1990 713
Jim Smith 11 Jun, 1985 4 Dec, 1988 1272
Frank Sibley 05 Dec, 1984 01 Jun, 1985 178
Alan Mullery 20 Jun, 1984 5 Dec, 1984 168
Gordon Jago 28 May, 1984 5 Jun, 1984 8
Terry Venables 1 October, 1980 24 May, 1984 1331
Tommy Docherty 11 May, 1979 1 October, 1980 509
Steve Burtenshaw 10 Aug, 1978 10 May, 1979 273
Alec Stock 30 Jul, 1978 10 Aug, 1978 11
Frank Sibley 10 Jul, 1977 29 Jul, 1978 384
Dave Sexton 16 Oct, 1974 9 July, 1977 997
Stan Anderson 07 Sep, 1974 16 October, 1974 39
Gordon Jago 06 Jan, 1971 27 Sep, 1974 1360
Les Allen 01 Dec, 1969 06 Jan, 1970 36
Tommy Docherty 01 Nov, 1968 30 Nov, 1968 29
Bill Dodgin(Jnr) 01 Aug, 1968 01 Nov, 1968 92
Jimmy Andrews 01 Aug, 1965 31 Jul, 1965 -1
Alec Stock 01 Aug, 1959 01 Aug, 1968 3288
Jack Taylor 01 Jun, 1952 01 May, 1959 2525
Dave Mangnall 01 Apr, 1944 31 May, 1952 2982
Ted Vizard 01 May, 1939 1 April, 1944 1797
Billy Birrell 01 Apr, 1935 1 May, 1939 1491
Mick O'Brien 01 May, 1933 1 April, 1935 700
Archie Mitchell 01 Nov, 1931 1 May, 1933 547
John Bowman 01 May, 1930 1 November, 1931 549
Bob Hewison 01 Aug, 1925 01 May, 1930
Will Wood 01 Aug, 1924 31 May, 1925
Ned Liddell 01 Apr, 1920 31 May, 1924
James Howie 01 Aug, 1913 01 Apr, 1920
James Cowan 01 Aug, 1906 31 May, 1913

Win Percentage of Queens Park Rangers Managers

Mark Warburton was the longest-serving manager at the club since Ian Holloway. It looks like the board liked what they saw but unfortunately, he couldn't secure promotion to the EPL. 

With near rivals Brentford and Fulham now in the top flight this will have heaped more pressure on everyone at the club, with the manager ultimately carrying the can.

QPR Managers Tenure Win %
Michael Beale  June 2022 - November 2022 41%
Mark Warburton May 2019 - May 2022 40%
John Eustace April 2019 -May 2019 29%
Steve McClaren May 2018 - April 2019 35%
Ian Holloway November 2016 - May 2018 32%
Jimmy Floyd Hasslebaink December 2015 -November 2016 29%
Neil Warnock November 2015 -December 2015 50%
Chris Ramsey  February 2015 -November 2015 27%

Queens Park Rangers FAQ

  • Who is the longest-serving manager at Queens Park Rangers

    The longest-serving QPR manager is Alex Stock. (1959-1968).

    Under his management, the club won successive promotions to the First Division and the Football league Cup in 1967. 


  • Who is the most successful QPR manager

    Ian Dowie between May and October 2008 won over half his games (53.3%). 

    Terry Venables (50.6%) got the club to the FA Cup Final but lost to Tottenham in a replay, he also secured the Second Divison championship in 1982/83.  

    The above-mentioned Alec Stock won the Third Division Championship and the Football League Cup. 

  • Who is the favourite to be the next Manager at QPR

     There is currently no QPR Manager betting with Neil Critchley appointed at the back end of December 22. 

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