QPR have confirmed the appointment of Glenn Hoddle as their first-team coach.The ex-England boss will work alongside Kevin Bond and Joe Jordan as part of Harry Redknapp’s backroom team.“I am really pleased to bring Glenn in,” Redknapp told the club’s official website. “I have been really lucky in the last couple of years to have had Steve Cotterill, Steve McClaren and Wally Downes work with us. They all did a fantastic job here.“I spoke with the chairman about the possibility of bringing Glenn in, and he thought it was a great idea. Glenn will be great. He has a brilliant knowledge of the game and will be fantastic out on the training ground with the players.“He is a hugely-respected coach and, like Steve, has managed his country. I decided if I was going to bring somebody in, I was going to go for somebody who was top class, and that’s what Glenn is.”Hoddle, who managed Chelsea, Tottenham and Southampton in the Premier League, added: “I am really pleased to take up Harry’s offer to come in and work with him, Kevin and Joe.“After winning promotion last season, the first aim at QPR is to stay in the Premier League and I am looking forward to helping play my part as we try to achieve that.“I have always loved coaching, and I can’t wait to meet the players, get on the training pitch and get to work.” 1 Glenn Hoddle
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