From the Queens Park Rangers official site :

QPR would like to confirm that the situation surrounding the manager’s role at the club is completely unchanged.

Gianni Paladini (above) has stated that he is very happy with how things are progressing under the stewardship of caretaker manager Gary Waddock, but he will not be sitting down to discuss the future with him until the situation surrounding Ian Holloway has been resolved.

Gary Waddock remains as caretaker manager with Ian Holloway on gardening leave.

When this situation changes, or when any news occurs that is official and more importantly factual, it will be announced here first.

If the internet call from QPR World was in any way accurate (and sometimes it isn’t), Rangers sqaundered a big pile of scoring chances while dropping a 2-1 decision at Crewe earlier today. I suspect I’ll see someone other than Dario Gradi managing Crewe shortly after the day Nick Charles appears in public without a tan.

With all due respect to the Final Four (and slightly less respect to the Four Skins’ back catalog), today’s most compelling TV spectacle was Real Madrid hanging on for a 1-1 draw with La Liga frontrunners Barcelona, despite the dismissal of Roberto Carlos (above, right).