Harry Redknapp has been told his position as Queens Park Rangers manager is safe after speculation owner Tony Fernandes could make a change at the Premier League strugglers, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
Redknapp was said to be in danger of losing his job if QPR were beaten at home on Saturday by Manchester United, and United duly ran out 2-0 winners through goals from Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson. The defeat left Rangers s...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is confident he will be in charge by transfer deadline day, dismissing suggestions that he’s close to the sack, reports Sky Sports.
“What would happen to Sky if I'm not here on transfer window day? It's a lot of nonsense isn't it really? But you've got to put up with it. I'm not going to lose any sleep over anything. I've been around a long time. I love what I do, I want to continue doing it...More
After Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal was the subject of boos from disgruntled supporters during the win over QPR, the Dutchman revealed he won’t pander to the fans with any tactical alterations he doesn’t agree with, reports BBC Sport.
With Queens Park Rangers and Manchester United goalless at half-time, United fans made their disappointment clear, and were requesting the former Bayern Munich, Ajax, Barcelona and Netherland...More
Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson both got on the scoresheet in the second-half, as Manchester United finally earned an away win against a struggling Queens Park Rangers side, reports BBC Sport.
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal was subject to boos from some angry supporters after a goalless and disappointing first-half showing, but things went United’s way after the break.
Van Gaal brought on midfielder Marouane Fellaini at...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp believes that a member of the club’s board may have told the press that his job is under threat after recent speculation that he could be sacked, reports the Daily Express.
The 67-year-old has been at Loftus Road since November 2012, and while he was unable to prevent QPR from relegation that season, he guided them back into the Premier League at the first attempt through the play-offs. Afte...More
After only one win in five Premier League games, Manchester United will be looking to return to form at Queens Park Rangers, who are back in the bottom three.
The West London club have only taken two points from crucial games with Crystal Palace, Swansea City and Burnley, and are now very much in danger once again. That makes this match even more crucial, while the scoring burden must be eased on Charlie Austin.
Manager Harry Redkna...More
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