Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that his side found it difficult to cope as they lost 4-0 to a rejuvenated Manchester United on Sunday, Goal.com has reported.
Redknapp lined his team up defensively against a home side which included Angel Di Maria, Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and Robin van Persie. They managed to deal with the early threat, but conceded an opening goal on 24 minutes when Di Maria’s free-kick curle...More
Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand is relishing his to return to Old Trafford on Sunday as his new side take on his former club, Manchester United, Sky Sports has reported.
Ferdinand became one of the most decorated English players in recent history over 12 years at Man Utd, before the club decided against offering him a new contract at the end of last season. He has so far played all 270 minutes of QPR’s Premier League games...More
Queens Park Rangers face the threat of expulsion from Football League competitions should they fail to pay a potentially massive fine for breaching the Financial Fair Play rules, according to the BBC, although their promotion to the premier League has complicated matters.
Rangers are potential facing a fine of approximately £54m if their losses, due to be posted in November, match those of the £65.4m in 2012-13 and if this is not pai...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has pointed the finger at a lack of commitment on behalf of the players as the reason behind England’s struggles, ESPN has reported.
The Three Lions laboured to a 1-0 win over Norway on Wednesday night, their first outing since the World Cup - at which Roy Hodgson’s side failed to win a game and exited at the group stage.
Writing in his column in a national newspaper, Redknapp suggested Eng...More
Queens Park Rangers have completed a deal to sign Tottenham midfielder Sandro, with the Brazilian making the short move across London on transfer deadline day to reunite with former boss Harry Redknapp, writes BBC Sport.
Redknapp brought Sandro to England in 2010 when he was the manager at White Hart Lane, and he went on to make 106 appearances, scoring three goals. Due to the significant competition for a place in the Tottenham midf...More
Arsenal have attempted to beat Chelsea to the signing of Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy by meeting his £10.5m release clause, according to the Daily Telegraph.
On Saturday, it had looked as though Chelsea had wrapped up the signing of Remy by agreeing a deal with QPR. The move to Stamford Bridge is still close to being confirmed although a medical is still to be completed, but Arsenal have provided Remy with another option.
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