what Former Championship star Sam Parkin said about sacking QPR boss Gareth Ainsworth

Former Championship standout Sam Parkin has admitted that he is struggling to envision a scenario where Queens Park Rangers don’t dismiss Gareth Ainsworth in the near future.

QPR has managed to secure just two victories out of their initial eleven Championship matches, currently occupying the 22nd position in the league standings with a genuine threat of relegation to League One looming this season.

Their latest fixture at Loftus Road saw them suffer a resounding 4-0 defeat at the hands of Blackburn, marking the club’s worst-ever home performance, with no wins in their last eleven games played in front of their home crowd.

Parkin conceded that, while Ainsworth can’t be solely held responsible for QPR’s problems, he acknowledged that due to their abysmal home record and the absence of any noticeable signs of improvement, it’s highly probable that the West London club will part ways with the manager in the near future.

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Speaking on the What The EFL podcast, Parkin expressed his uncertainty about how QPR could reverse their current situation, emphasizing that the club is enduring its most extended winless streak at home in its 141-year history, having secured only 19 points out of 72 available. He also noted the absence of a clear game plan and any signs of recovery.

The future of Ainsworth as QPR’s manager remains uncertain, with questions looming about whether he will still be in charge when the team travels to West Yorkshire to face Huddersfield after the international break.

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