QPR caretaker manager Chris Ramsey would
welcome the arrival of Tim Sherwood as
Ramsey, a coach at Tottenham during Sherwood’s
brief reign at White Hart Lane last term, is in
temporary charge following Harry Redknapp’s
“We’re good friends outside football so speak
regularly,” he said of Sherwood.
“He gave me an opportunity at Tottenham to coach in the Premier League so I’d be happy working with him as I think he’s very good at what he does.”
QPR have made contact with Sherwood, who won 14
of his 28 matches with Tottenham, but no deal has
yet been agreed.
Ramsey, who played for Brighton in the 1983 FA Cup
final, was brought in by QPR director of football Les
Ferdinand, who also worked with Sherwood at Spurs.
Redknapp’s former assistant Kevin Bond will work
alongside Ramsey at the west London club, who are
one place off the foot of the Premier League going
into Saturday’s home match with Southampton. They
are a point behind 17th-placed Burnley.