Chris Ramsey is preparing his QPR team for life in the Championship League

After only being able to win 8 Premier League matches in the 2014-15 season, Queens Park Rangers were relegated and now will now be competing in the English Championship League and Chris Ramsey is preparing his team for the upcoming season as he has made a number of changes not only within his squad but also in his managerial coaching staff.

When it comes to the coaching staff, Steve Gallen was added to the first-team coaching staff. Gallen has been working with the youth academy team since 1997 but will now be having a more direct connection with the main team as he was promoted and is going to be working alongside Chris Ramsey.

One of the summer signings that Queens Park Rangers has completed is Sebastian Polter who was lured in from Mainz for an undisclosed transfer fee. The 24 year old forward signed a 4 year-long contract with the English Championship League club.

Sebastian Polter used to perform with the 2nd tier club Union Berlin on a loan deal where he managed to score 14 goals in 29 appearances.

Besides signing players from different clubs and being active in the transfer market, Chris Ramsey is also attempting to keep some of his more influential players and this is why Clint Hill was offered a contract extension.

Clint Hill has made over 160 appearances for Queens Park Rangers since he arrived to Loftus Road back in 2010 and still continues being an active player as a centre-back. Hill extended his contract as he penned a one year deal with QPR.

Despite having extended the contract of Clint Hill, Queens Park Rangers is still in search of a few more defenders that can improve the defensive department of Chris Ramsey’s team.

Fixtures for the 2015-16 season of the Championship League have already been released and QPR’s first match will be against Charlton Athletic on the opening day of the season and Chris Ramsey is hoping that with all of these changes that has been done as well as all of the ones which are expected to be done in the summer, the head coach of QPR is hoping to see his team kick-start the new season in full force thanks to these additions and hopefully make a return to the Premier League