Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has insisted that top scorer Charlie Austin will not be prized away from the club during the January transfer window, BBC Sport has reported.
The striker scored his first Premier League hat-trick on Saturday to turn a two-goal deficit into a memorable victory at home to fellow strugglers West Bromwich Albion, to take his tally to 11 goals for the campaign, adding to the 20 he scored in helpi...More
The London Evening Standard have claimed that Queens Park Rangers have made Andros Townsend a loan target for January.
Tottenham rejected a £10m bid for their winger from Southampton over the summer but the 23-year-old has found himself on the periphery this season so far.
He failed to impress on a rare start in the Capital One Cup quarter final win over Newcastle midweek and has started just once in the league this season.
Victory over West Bromwich Albion at Loftus Road would see Queens Park Rangers move out of the bottom three and join the Midlands side on 17 points.
QPR have made a habit of winning important games at home since returning to the Premier League, with fellow promoted sides Leicester City and Burnley both seen off in recent weeks, and they will be confident again here, particularly with Charlie Austin back from a ban.
But the away form...More
According to talkSPORT, Queens Park Rangers playmaker Adel Taarabt could be loaned out to the Serie A again, with Atalanta reported keen on his services.
The Moroccan international, 25, has only played 25 minutes of Premier League football, with manager Harry Redknapp suggesting the midfielder wasn’t fit to play for the London club. Taarabt was loaned out to Fulham and AC Milan last season, with the former Tottenham man deemed surplu...More
After relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers lost 3-1 away to Everton courtesy of two deflected goals, manager Harry Redknapp said his side were unlucky, reports BBC Sport.
The Hoops went behind to a deflected effort from distance by Everton midfielder Ross Barkley, and the home side doubled their lead over QPR with a deflected Kevin Mirallas free-kick, and Redknapp feels his side needed a bit of their luck to go their way.
Everton earned all three points in their meeting against Queens Park Rangers at Goodison Park to climb up the table, while the Hoops remained in the relegation zone, reports Sky Sports.
Everton took the lead after half an hour, with midfielder Ross Barkley scoring an impressive individual effort. The England international picked up the ball from deep, before charging forward and hitting an effort from distance that flew into the top ...More
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