Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp was disappointed after his side lost 1-0 to Newcastle United in a tight game at St. James’ Park on Saturday, Goal.com has reported.
Clear opportunities were few and far between throughout the 90 minutes, with Charlie Austin seeing a shot curl wide in the first half for QPR after a defensive mix-up nearly saw Jack Colback net at the other end.
The only goal of the game arrived 12 minutes fro...More
Newcastle United will be aiming to secure their sixth consecutive win in all competitions when they take on another vastly improved outfit in Queens Park Rangers.
Alan Pardew and his formerly beleaguered players could not do anything right just a few short weeks ago, but suddenly, following an international break they looked a changed team and one full of newfound confidence.
That was underlined once again in the last match at West ...More
Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland have both accepted £20,000 fines for failing to control their players following incidents which took place during the last round of Premier League fixtures, writes Sky Sports.
Neither side took up the option of contesting their respective punishments, with QPR having received theirs for a number of their players confronting referee Mike Dean after he ruled out a Charlie Austin goal in the 2-2 draw w...More
After a week of mixed fortunes, Manchester City return to league action as they travel to West London to take on struggling Queens Park Rangers.
Despite seeing his side fail to earn their first point away from this season, QPR manager Harry Redknapp had many reasons to be satisfied after they pushed leaders and title favourites Chelsea hard and only lost to a 75th minute penalty.
Given Man City’s recent struggles, the R’s will feel...More
Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has revealed he didn’t appeal his three-game ban for sending an offensive tweet as suspensions are hardly ever overturned, ESPN has reported.
Ferdinand was also fined £25,000 by the Football Association, who argued Ferdinand should have known better after a previous Twitter-related incident and also took into account what was described as a lack of remorse for replying to a critical message ...More
The Football Association has announced that the severity of Rio Ferdinand’s punishment for comments he made on Twitter was determined because he is a ‘role model’, BBC Sport has reported.
The Queens Park Rangers defender was banned for three domestic matches and fined £25,000 for using a derogatory term on the social networking website. It was the second time the FA had punished Ferdinand for his conduct on Twitter, having previously...More
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