Queens Park Rangers will be eager to move off the foot of the Premier League as they host Aston Villa, who are in freefall following four straight defeats.
Inspired by the reintroduction of Bobby Zamora and his subsequently strong performance, Rangers produced a much-improved showing against Liverpool, but still found themselves losing despite levelling the game twice in a miraculous finale.
While they emerged from the game with cre...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp could be fined by Chairman Tony Fernandes after he gave both him and Adel Taarabt a verbal dressing down following their war of words, the Telegraph has reported.
The very much public row emerged after Redknapp’s repeated criticism in response to questions surrounding Taarabt and why the player wasn’t playing – culminating in his manager slamming training performances and claiming he was “th...More
Adel Taarabt has replied to criticism from Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp after Redknapp claimed the midfielder was overweight and not trying hard enough in matches, ESPN has reported.
Redknapp accused Taarabt of not trying hard enough in a reserve game in midweek and said the former Milan loan player was not in shape. Redknapp made the comments after the R’s were beaten by Liverpool, losing 3-2 after conceding two own go...More
Liverpool will be hoping to build on their morale-boosting win over West Bromwich Albion with a win away to rock-bottom Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Plenty of criticism has been aimed in QPR’s direction since their desperately poor performance at West Ham United last time out. Behind to an early own goal, they never threatened a comeback and the attitude and work-rate of a number of the players has been called into question.
The new season is now in full swing across and with managers and coaches continuing to feel the pressure, it has been a particularly busy few weeks on the managerial-merry-go-round. Chairmen have been getting nervous, while fans have been venting their fury which has led to a number of gaffers walking the plank just two months in to the new season.
It has been a particularly bumpy month for managers in the Championship with a number ...More
Queens Park Rangers defender and member of the FA’s football commission Rio Ferdinand has been charged by the Football Association over a comment made on Twitter and could face a fine, the Telegraph has reported.
Ferdinand’s work and growing influence had seen him touted as a potential successor to Jim Boyce as the British vice-president on FIFA’s executive.
But this has not saved him from trouble and the 35-year-old has been charge...More
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