Former England manager and professional comedian Steve McClaren has joined joke side QPR.
The West London club have continued to entertain football fans with their Fawlty Towers style incompetence, following their relegation.
Now, moronic owner Tony Fernandes claims hiring the coaching equivalent of David Brent could propel the club back to the EPL.
He said: “Every one knows that Steve is a joke person. We are hoping that his cringe worthy team talks and ability to fellate himself on command will entertain and motivate the players.”
McClaren, who is famed for destroying everything he has ever touched, now resides in a witness protection programme, which has no funding.
Speaking to a reporter in a room with no windows and a Perspex screen separating them, the former Twente boss discussed his love of the game.
He said: “Do you know what destroying peoples’ lives feels likes? It makes me feel like a big man!
“How can someone, with all the redeeming qualities of a suicide attack on Lego Land, feel like that? There is no other way.
“I simply cannot wait to get started dismantling QPR brick by brick.”
A spokesperson for the QPR supporters’ club has hit back at the controversial appointment.
“Until now, many of us only thought Steve McClaren was an urban myth. A spook story that football fans used to tell their kids.
“But, it seems he doesn’t just reside in the dreams of gullible children with severe learning disabilities. He’s real and he’s more terrifying than we could have ever imagined.”