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FPLEire: Armand Traore

For GW5 we turn our attention to Qpr and French defender, Armand Traore. A bad weekend last weekend against Manchester United, perhaps he and the Londoners can get a reprieve at home to Stoke City this weekend. 178 more words

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Surviving Relegation: The numbers from the last decade

Fans of the Premier League, those fortunate (or astute) enough to support a team that survives the dreaded seasonal drop, the Darwinian culling of the weakest specimens at the end of any given May, spend their British summers and Australian winters contentedly looking forward to the opening day of the next season. 1,423 more words


Five things QPR must address to stop further Premier League thrashings

After reflecting on a second consecutive away-day thrashing where Manchester United added four goals to the four conceded against Tottenham, I believe there are five issues that QPR need to address to prevent anymore capitulations in the future… 499 more words


Man Utd vs QPR- Diamond Analysis

Louis Van Gaal recorded his first win as Manchester United manager to get their league season underway in which the game was effectively their first real one of the season. 478 more words

Not Too Much Wrong - Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp refused to get too negative after his side Queens Park Rangers got hammered by Manchester United 4-0 at Old Trafford.

The capital outfit traveled to Manchester where they were on the receiving end of a backlash, and the game saw Manchester United get sparked into life with their first win of the new season. 375 more words


United Dominate Harry Redknapp's QPR

Manchester United displayed their new look side against Queens Park Rangers today and dominated the match from the first whistle. Angel Di Maria put the home side in front from a free kick that eluded everyone and went straight into the net. 269 more words

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Premier League - Redknapp: Premier League clubs should have spending capped

QPR manager Harry Redknapp has called on the Premier League to introduce a spending cap so teams are able to compete on a level playing field. 460 more words