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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is a Dutch manager who has held three jobs in the managerial arena: QPR, Burton and Royal Antwerp.

JFH was a surprise appointment at Burton back in November 2014, but it proved to be a shrewd move by the club as the former Chelsea star went on to lead his troops to the League Two title, and thus promotion to the third-tier for the first time in their history.

Burton continued their incredible transformation at the start of the 2015/16 campaign, but JFH was lured over to QPR in December 2015, despite Burton's position at the summit of League One.

However, it didn't work out for him at Loftus Road, and after just under a year he was sent packing, and has been out-of-work since.

Managerial Career

TeamWDLWIN%
Queens Park Rangers13191527.7
Burton Albion3312961.1
Antwerp13101237.1
TOTAL59413643.4

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Quotes

I've been fortunate to have played under a lot of good managers and great people. But they are not Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.


I don't want to be judged on the colour of my skin. I want to be judged on my ability to do a good job. It's about being the right man on and off the field and that has nothing to do with anything else.


Mr Cellino's record for hiring managers doesn't put me off. It's all about whether you can do the job or not and I am confident I can. If you're successful, you don't get fired, it's that simple. From what I've read, Mr Cellino wants success and he'll do everything it takes to try to achieve that. I know that's the deal and I can buy into it.


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The Sack Race's Opinion

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink enjoyed a superb year in charge of Burton, but it didn't work out for him at QPR. However, we are sure that he'll be back in the dugout soon.

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