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15/05/2019 - 15:40 BST

Mark Warburton Raids Rangers To Add To QPR Backroom Team

 




Queen Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton is delighted to have lured Neil Banfield from former club Rangers, making him first team coach at Loftus Road. 

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard brought Banfield to Ibrox only six months ago, giving him the responsibility for scouting talents.  
 

 



Before that, Banfield spent 21 years at Arsenal between 1997 and 2018, leaving the Gunners following Arsene Wenger's resignation at the end of the 2017/18 campaign. 

Rangers will now have to make do without Banfield's scouting skills, with him having returned to London.  

 


QPR boss Warburton has heaped praise on Barnfield and believes he has superb experience and is a top class coach.



Warburton was quoted as saying by QPR's official website: "Neil is an outstanding coach. 

“He has vital experience which is going to benefit everyone at the club, not just at first-team level but with the academy too.


 


"Chris Ramsey oversees the academy and he has a wealth of experience as well so to have two individuals with that knowledge and talent will be great for QPR." 

John Eustace, who had been in charge of the first-team on an interim basis following Steve McClaren’s departure, has been made Warburton's assistant for next season.