Brentford manager Mark Warburton has downplayed suggestions he could be in line to take over at Queens Park Rangers, Sky Sports has reported, instead insisting he is focused on getting his current club out of the Championship and in to the Premier League.
Warburton is to leave Brentford at the end of the season despite guiding the London club to seventh place with seven games to play in their first year back in the second tier after th...More
After Queens Park Rangers lost 2-1 at home to Everton, while having two goals disallowed, and doing enough in the game to score the chances to have put themselves ahead, manager Chris Ramsey said he can’t believe the Londoners didn’t win against the Toffees, reports Sky Sports.
Queens Park Rangers put in a great performance against Roberto Martinez men at Loftus Road, but came away with nothing to show for it. They remain 19th in ...More
Everton winger Aaron Lennon scored midway through the second-half to earn Roberto Martinez’s side a value three points away to relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers, who themselves remain in a precarious position in the league table, reports BBC Sport.
Everton took the lead in the first-half through Seamus Coleman, but there were chances at both ends in the opening 45 minutes. QPR started the game reasonably well, and looked t...More
A win is a must for struggling Queens Park Rangers as they host beleaguered Everton, needing to close the gap between themselves and the safety line.
The West London club currently lie four points adrift of fourth from bottom Sunderland, and to have any chance of staying up they must avoid losing for the ninth time in 10 Premier League outings, with the promotion of Chris Ramsey to caretaker-manager having not quite worked out yet...More
England boss Roy Hodgson has called up goalkeepers Jack Butland and Robert Green to his squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and the friendly with Italy, BBC Sport has reported.
This comes after Southampton stopper Fraser Forster was forced to withdraw from the squad on Saturday evening after picking up a serious looking knee injury during his side’s 2-0 victory over Burnley.
With Ben Foster facing a leng...More
Queens Park Rangers will be desperate to bounce back from two home defeats and boost their survival hopes with success away to Crystal Palace.
Alan Pardew’s men have struggled at home for much of this season, with a record of just three wins from 12 games at Selhurst Park possibly offering QPR hope, although that does appear a fantastic return when compared to the R’s away record, earning just three points on the road since promot...More
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