Describing pandemic as a wake-up call, QPR chief says "it really is time we reboot"
22 June 2020
The financial situation Championship clubs are in currently is "like a race to the bottom: which owners runs out of cash first," according to QPR chief executive Lee Hoos.
Hoos supports a salary cap, but not to "level the playing field".
The coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call for football and changes will have to be made to secure the game's long-term survivability, according to QPR's chief executive, Lee Hoos.
Hoos spoke to the Times before the Championship's restart on 20th June where QPR lost 0-1 at home to Barnsley. The American, a former Fulham, Southampton, Leicester, and Burnley executive, has been a vocal opponent of the EFL's plans to resume, but seemed to have adopted a more conciliatory approach.
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