Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin is in the frame for a first call-up to the senior England side, the Daily Mail has reported.
Austin has claimed 17 Premier League goals this season despite QPR spending the majority of the campaign at the wrong end of the table, the London club sitting 18th, two points from safety, with five games left to go.
It’s reported that Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson will turn to Austin for Engl...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refused to criticise the Queens Park Rangers supporters guilty of throwing missiles at the Chelsea players who were celebrating their late winner at Loftus Road, reports BBC Sport.
Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas scored a late winning goal for the Premier League leaders, and the players were bombarded with missiles from the crowd as they celebrated. Coins and plastic bottles were thrown by the Queens P...More
After Queens Park Rangers conceded a late goal against Chelsea, which led to their defeat at Loftus Road, manager Chris Ramsey revealed his disappointment in their failure to throw away a valuable point, reports BBC Sport.
Queens Park Rangers performed admirably against the Premier League leaders on Sunday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to earn them a share of the spoils. The Londoners had their own chances to take the lead, with...More
Chelsea can move another step closer to their first Premier League title in five years by claiming their third straight victory when they face Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.
The home side need the points for very different reasons and will be aware that their lengthy run without a victory on their own turf must end soon if they are to avoid relegation. That said, there have been signs of life on the road in the past eight day...More
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro has insisted that former manager Harry Redknapp should not be blamed for the club’s struggles this season, the Daily Mail has reported.
The club has been in the bottom three for the majority of the season, in which Redknapp was at the helm until his resignation in February. He cited imminent knee surgery as his prime reason for stepping down, but has recently described QPR as a ‘soap opera’ wh...More
Former Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp said the constant rumours about his future at the club wore him down during his time at Loftus Road, eventually leading to his departure, reports BBC Sport.
The experienced boss, 68, initially suggested it was health problems that was the reason of his resignation in February, but has recently revealed there was much more that factored into his decision, let alone the chances of th...More
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