QPR interim boss anticipating exit

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QPR interim manager Mick Harford admits he could soon be on his way out of Loftus Road.

Tuesday's clash with Watford, which was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, could have been Harford's last in charge with reports linking Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock with the Loftus Road hotseat.

Harford told The Sun: "There's rumours flying in that I'm not going to be here after tonight (Tuesday), rumours that 'X' is coming in. It's typical with QPR but, if it is for the good of the club, I'm all for it."

Harford has been in charge of the Rs for six matches - the last five of which have been defeats - following the departure of Paul Hart last month.

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