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Michael Beale parks Rangers manager clamour as QPR boss ‘pride’ leaves lasting impression at speaking event

Michael Bell has been lauded for speaking about QPR ‘with pride and honesty’ after speaking at a school in London as speculation raged that he was about to leave Loftus Road for an emotional Rangers comeback.

The delighted gambler took to social media to post a picture alongside the R’s coach and former Ibrox coach after a conversation at St Paul’s Way Trust School in Tower Hamlets. He wrote: “Great to meet you @employee today. His talk to the youth was really cool and inspiring. Talking about QPR With such pride and honesty too. thanks for the @employee for calling me along.”

But some responded to the Twitter post to point to the fact that Bale – who deleted his Twitter account on Thursday – is about to leave the west side after just six months in charge with Rangers set to take a formal approach to talking to him. the 42-year-old to become Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s successor. One fan said: “…before returning to Glasgow?”

Rangers chiefs Stuart Robertson and Ross Wilson are kidnapped in London while holding talks about the next Ibrox boss but Bell has not yet sat down with his former bosses and instead the only conversations he has been having are with pupils at the London School.

Bell had training on Thursday and has reportedly been in talks with QPR’s owners and is expected to give them his decision within the next 48 hours with Rangers hoping to unveil a new chairman on Monday to give them time to settle in before returning to action against Hibs. at Ibrox on 15 December.

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