Queens Park Rangers appoints a new first team coach and Ramsey is the head coach until 2018

Queens Park Rangers suffered relegation from the Premier League after only managing to win 8 league matches in the previous season and will now have to compete in the Championship League.

The English club wants to make a return to the Premier League as fast as possible but will have to finish in a top spot of the Championship League in the next season. One of the things that has been changed within the internal structure of Queens Park Rangers is their coaching staff as Steve Gallen became the new first-team coach of the club.

The first-team role of QPR used to be in charge of Kevin Bond but his contract expired and now Steve Gallen will be working alongside Chris Ramsey in the managerial positions of QPR.

Steve Gallen is experienced in this position as he has been working in the coaching staff of QPR since 1997 but now has a much more direct connection and relationship with the main team as he along with Chris Ramsey are going to be deciding on what tactics as well as formations to utilize for their upcoming matches of the next season.

The director of football of Queens Park Rangers, Les Ferdinand talked about the recent promotion that Steve Gallen experienced and said:  “It’s a natural progression for Steve to join the first team coaching staff.

“He’s been at QPR for a number of years and understands the fabric of the club and what we are trying to do here. The fact he’s worked with a number of our younger players, who we are keen to see progress over the coming years, is a bonus. He’s a very able coach and I’m sure he will flourish working for Chris alongside Simon at this level.”

Steve Gallen’s former role in QPR was involving the elite development squad but these duties will be given to Paul Hall.