Yeovil Town played their first ever game in England’s second tier on Saturday and clinched a historic win at the first attempt. Admittedly the Glovers rode their luck for large parts of the game as Millwall were continuously wasteful in front of goal, and as such Ed Upson’s winner in the last few minutes could be construed as something of a smash-and-grab affair, but the win bodes well.
Promoted sides are a pundit’s dream when it co...More
QPR manager Harry Redknapp is lining up a sensational raid on former club Spurs in the hopes of signing Jermain Defoe yet again, according to The Mirror.
Redknapp, 66, wants to bring the England striker to Loftus Road in a move which will see him working with Defoe at a fourth different club. The pair first worked together at West Ham, and reunited at Portsmouth before Redknapp took Defoe back to Spurs for a second spell after taking...More
Newcastle look set to end their search for new players after agreeing terms on the transfers of French stars Bafetimbi Gomis and Loic Remy, reports The Mirror.
The Geordies are presently the only Premier League club yet to add to their squad during the summer transfer window, but look set to change that now that they have agreed a fee for the permanent transfer of Gomis and the initial one-year loan of QPR hitman Remy.
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The future of Celtic striker, Gary Hooper, looks set to be decided very soon as Sky Sports sources are reporting that the 25-year-old is close to agreeing a move to Queens Park Rangers.
Year-on-year, speculation as to where the former Scunthorpe United striker will be playing his football materialises but now Celtic are due to put an end to the constant speculation, as Hooper prepares for life in London.
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Gary Hooper looks set for a £5m move to Championship side Queens Park Rangers, the Daily Mail has reported, despite the Celtic striker also attracting Premier League interest from the likes of Norwich and Hull.
Redknapp is in the midst of rebuilding the QPR team in an effort to restore top flight football at the first time of asking and, as part of that process, has allowed three strikers - Djibril Cisse, Jay Bothroyd and DJ Campbell...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp wants to be reunited with Stoke City striker Peter Couch for the fifth time, the Daily Mirror has reported, as the ex-Tottenham Hotspur manager attempts to take QPR back into the Premier League.
Redknapp tried to sign Crouch during the January transfer window but was rebuffed in his attempts by then Stoke boss Tony Pulis. Pulis has since been replaced by Mark Hughes, however, and the Welshma...More
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