Thursday , May 23 2024

Manisha Tailor departs Queens Park Rangers!

Head of coaching development Manisha Tailor has left Queens Park Rangers after more than eight years with the club.

Tailor, who has worked across the academy age groups, leaves with everyone’s best wishes for her future career.

Reflecting on her time with Rangers, Manisha Tailor said, “I have had a memorable journey and will always be grateful for the wonderful opportunities that have been presented to me to aid my personal and professional development.”

“Former head of coaching and technical director Chris Ramsey took me under his wing as a volunteer in 2016. The allyship and transformational leadership, coupled with the endeavour to work hard and self improve, has aided me to develop greater flexibility and resilience, resulting in the trajectory that I have had in my career at QPR.”

“I want to put on record my gratitude to all the staff, players and parents for their support and wish the club all the very best for the future.”

Academy director Alex Carroll said, “We are extremely grateful to Manisha for the significant contribution that she has made during her time at the academy.”

“Manisha has undoubtedly supported the individual development of players and coaches, and she should reflect with immense pride on the work that she has delivered.”

“The fact that Manisha is embarking on a new challenge with a Premier League club, alongside coaching on the international stage with England Women’s U15s, is testament to her personal resilience and determination to break barriers.”

“Everyone at the academy wishes Manisha the very best of luck for her exciting next steps.”

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