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Kurt Zouma has pledged to return “stronger than ever” after the Chelsea defender’s season was ended by a knee injury. Zouma was stretchered off during Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United and a scan has subsequently revealed he suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage.
Alejandro Faurlin is optimistic he will be available for QPR’s derby against Fulham despite an ongoing thigh problem. The midfielder came off during the second half of Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Ipswich – a match he played in after coming through a fitness test. Rangers are hopeful he will be able to train fully later […] The post Faurlin hoping to be fit for Fulham game appeared first on West London Sport.
8th February 1991 Had he the wit, Tony Adams might have quipped that the FA should have given him a designated parking space at Soho Square such had been the regularity of his visits for disciplinary commissions. Being in Chelmsford nick saved him the inevitable fine issued for such levity in what were serious matters. […] The post Tales From 1990/91: Adams Finally Fined Three Months After QPR Match appeared first on A Cultured Left Foot.
QPR have agreed to extend Darnell Furlong’s loan spell at Cambridge United until next month. Furlong has impressed for the League Two club, managed by former R’s midfielder Shaun Derry, and his new loan deal expires on 12 March. The right-back, 20, spent the first half of the season on loan at Northampton Town, making 11 […] The post QPR’s Furlong extends Cambridge loan appeared first on West London Sport.
A late goal from Matt Phillips secured a deserved win for QPR against Ipswich at Loftus Road on Saturday, but it wasn’t all plain sailing through a terrifying period of injury time.
Columnist Antti Heinola picks up on the main talking points from a long overdue home win for QPR against Ipswich at Loftus Road on Saturday.
Pictures from Action Images at Loftus Road as QPR secure a first home win under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink with a 1-0 success against Ipswich.
QPR fans on Twitter have been full of praise for Massimo Luongo after the midfielder’s impressive performance in the 1-0 victory against Ipswich. Luongo has been excellent since being recalled to the side by manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, who finally secured a first home win since taking over at Loftus Road. Luongo is looking brilliant
Matt Phillips’ late goal gave QPR their first home win under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Here’s how we rated the Rangers players in their 1-0 victory against Ipswich.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink hopes new signing Nasser El Khayati’s assist in QPR’s 1-0 victory at home to Ipswich is a sign of things to come for the club. Rangers, previously known for signing and developing lower-division players, have seen a poor return during their big spending under billionaire owners in recent years. They are keen […] The post Hasselbaink targets ‘normality for QPR’ appeared first on West London Sport.
QPR 1 Ipswich Town 0 Matt Phillips’ 88th-minute goal gave QPR their first home win under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. New signing Nasser El Khayati came on as a substitute for his R’s debut and set up the winner, finding space on the right of the penalty area and delivering a cross for the unmarked Phillips to […] The post Phillips’ late goal gives QPR elusive home win appeared first on West London Sport.
Junior Hoilett was in the thick of the action as Bartosz Bialkowski kept QPR at bay during a largely one-sided first half at Loftus Road. The Ipswich keeper produced a double save after just 30 seconds, pushing away Matt Phillips’ shot and Massimo Luongo’s follow-up. And Hoilett missed a great chance for Rangers when he […] The post Half-time: QPR 0 Ipswich 0 appeared first on West London Sport.
It’s going to be very interesting to see whether Ronald Koeman goes with Charlie Austin this evening. I understand the former QPR striker is fit and given the long reported on/off transfer history with West Ham it could be a fascinating sub plot. It’s a game we really will enjoy.
QPR aim for only their second home win since October against play-off chasing Ipswich. The post QPR v Ipswich Town: match preview, team news, facts and figures appeared first on West London Sport.
The following article was written by John Anthony and appeared in a football monthly, dated September 1968: ‘Fifteen minutes after Queen’s Park Rangers had won the match which put them in the First Division, I met Jim Gregory in a tiny corridor behind the main stand at Villa Park. I offered him the clumsy congratulations usual on such occasions and he mumbled his thanks. I asked him the clumsy, obvious questions about how he felt at “making” Division One and … Continue reading → The post Portrait of a Chairman…Jim Gregory, the Millionaire Boss of QPR appeared first on Independent Rs.
Brentford’s play-off hopes suffered a setback as they were beaten 3-0 at Brighton. The defeat at the Amex Stadium was their fourth loss in six league matches and boss Dean Smith bemoaned the two “silly goals” they conceded in the first half. On a brighter note for the Bees, fans favourite Sam Saunders has signed […] The post Round-up: Bees lose, Pato, Swift, Remy, QPR questions answered, Gould through appeared first on West London Sport.
Some big earners shifted, handy looking signings from lower divisions completed, budget hacked into… QPR are slowly getting themselves into a better place ahead of Saturday’s visit from Ipswich.
QPR face Ipswich at Loftus Road this weekend. Here are five potential battles we think could be all-important in Saturday’s game.
Our resident professional odds compiler Owen Goulding returns with a HT/FT tip for this weekend’s Loftus Road meeting of QPR and Ipswich.
Former Tottenham and QPR manager Harry Redknapp feels that Chelsea legend John Terry could make a move to one of the big clubs in Premier League. The 35-year-old Blues skipper revealed last weekend that he…
QPR face Ipswich at Loftus Road on Saturday and all eyes will be on Dutchman Nasser El Khayati, who rejoined former boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink by signing from Burton. The 26-year-old has netted 12 goals in 44 appearances during the past 18 months and looks a terrific signing for the R’s faithful to really get […] The post El Khayati can help QPR see off Ipswich – and Fulham could add to Derby County woes appeared first on West London Sport.
Eight weeks of consultation on a “local plan” for Old Oak – where QPR has said it wants to build a new stadium – has started. The consultation, by the planning authority for the area – the Old Oak and…Read more ›
West Ham were among a host of clubs interested in signing the striker in the summer but were put off by QPR’s Ã‚Â£15million asking price.Upton Park boss Bilic instead spent his transfer kitty on the likes of Dimitri Payet, Manuel Lanzini and Michail Antonio, while Saints snapped up Austin for a cut-price Ã‚Â£4million last month.The 26-year-old made an immediate impact on his debut with the.
Slaven Bilic admits Southampton have got a bargain in Charlie Austin. West Ham were among a host of clubs interested in signing the striker in the summer but were put off by QPR’s £15m asking price.
Andros Townsend thinks the experience of helping QPR to win 1 of 12 games during their 2012/13 relegation season will help him now…
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving the area’s Championship clubs… Speculation continues over the future of Fulham forward Moussa Dembele, whose contract is due to expire at the end of the season. The 19-year-old has rejected a new deal at Craven Cottage, which The Express declare is a ‘come and get me plea’ […] The post Transfer gossip: Speculation continues over Dembele and QPR are linked with Sampdoria defender appeared first on West London Sport.
Ahead of Ipswich’s visit to Shepherd’s Bush on Saturday, LFW looks back at a pulsating meeting between the sides from the turn of the millennium when promotion chasing Town were soundly beaten by QPR.
With the transfer window now closed, here are some answers to some of the most common questions QPR fans have been asking on social media about the club’s January dealings. Why didn’t QPR sell Matt Phillips?
Relatively rookie referee Charles Breakspear is in charge of a QPR game for the first time this weekend, having previously run the line at Loftus Road on several occasions.
The West Ham fans are gathered at the bar in The Transfer Tavern this evening and discussing reports that the club were interested in a bringing an English striker to the club during the transfer window. The Daily Mirror is reporting that West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan would have moved on bringing former QPR striker
Marco Motta will continue to train with QPR for the time being despite being told he will not get the contract he wanted following a recent trial. Rangers discussed a short-term deal for the 29-year-old, believing he could offer cover at right-back until the end of the season, but no agreement was reached. Manager Jimmy […] The post Defender Motta still training with QPR appeared first on West London Sport.
The new Southampton striker moved to St Mary’s for a cut-price fee from QPR, and the West Ham co-chairman says he would have moved for the star had he been aware of his price
Everton centre-back John Stones would prefer to move to Manchester United or Manchester City when he leaves Goodison Park, according to The Times…. Click the headline to read the full story.
West Brom fans on Twitter were largely impressed by Sandro’s debut for the Baggies. The Brazilian midfielder, signed on loan from QPR, played 69 minutes of the 1-1 draw against Swansea on Tuesday. Sandro impressed me tonight.
Capital Women’s Cup Quarter-Final. Team: Cheadle (Caldwell), Read (Hayes), Fogarty, Denny, Rackham, Cooper, Maggs, Layton, Wilson, Puddefoot, Richardson (Whitter) Enfield Town FC were awarded a grant of £81,504 in 2010 towards the first phase of work on their new ground and they relocated there in November 2011. I met up with Clive Kingham at Acton Town Underground Station and we made our way to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium.