Magilton denies wrong-doing
QPR manager Jim Magilton has denied any wrong-doing after being suspended by the club and has vowed to clear his name
Last Updated: 09/12/09 6:55pm
QPR manager Jim Magilton has "categorically denied" any wrong-doing after he was suspended by the club.
The R's boss has vowed to clear his name following a bust up with midfielder Akos Buzsaky after the 3-1 defeat to Watford.
Magilton is alleged to have head-butted the Hungarian, but the 40-year-old insists he has done nothing wrong.
The club have installed Steve Gallen and Mark Bircham in temporary charge of the side for the clash against West Brom at the weekend.
Magilton said in a statement: "While passions can run high in football, especially after a poor performance, I categorically deny any allegation of wrong-doing following Monday's fixture.
"I understand that the club has initiated an internal investigation, with which I will cooperate fully.
"This is an unfortunate situation and I look forward to resuming my responsibilities shortly."
The club are expected to make an announcement over the future of Magilton's assistant manager John Gorman and reserve team coach Keith Ryan imminently.
The pair are believed to be backing the suspended manager.