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Harry: It'll be tough

Former West Ham and current QPR boss Harry Redknapp has spoken of how he expects a very tough 90 minutes at Upton Park this Saturday, and has praised the player recruitment made by the Irons this summer. 108 more words

No need for QPR to panic just yet

FanZoner Chris King insists recent displays have shown fans signs that progress is being made, despite QPR’s position in the bottom three.

Queens Park Rangers head in to October with just one win from six matches after a 2-1 defeat by Southampton – but fingers should not be hovering nervously above the panic button just yet. 498 more words


QPR must tighten up after lucky draw

QPR FanZoner Chris King hails Niko Kranjcar after the midfielder earned Queens Park Rangers a draw against Stoke City.

Only an exquisite free kick from Niko Kranjcar saved Queens Park Rangers from defeat against Stoke City as Mark Hughes returned to Loftus Road on Saturday. 574 more words


Breaking the Barriers

Another weekend. Another win. Still second in the Premier League. It’s boring winning all the time isn’t it?

I’ll stop before I get too ahead of myself as undoubtedly my confidence will cause a more painful fall back down to earth. 570 more words


Pelle spectacular see's Saints go marching on

High flying Southampton made it six straight wins with a hard fought victory over Queens Park Rangers. A spectacular goal from Graziano Pelle secured all three points for the Saints after Charlie Austin scored one of the goals of the season to put the away side level following Ryan Bertrand’s opener. 257 more words


Premier League - Redknapp wants temporary subs

Harry Redknapp has called on the Premier League to consider temporary substitutions in a bid to improve concussion treatment.

The QPR boss was left frustrated after medics withdrew Sandro just 11 minutes into Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Southampton, only for the Brazil midfielder to be deemed “fine” at half-time. 503 more words


Harry Redknapp must drop Rio Ferdinand if QPR are to have a chance

When Charlie Austin controlled the ball exquisitely with his right foot, turned and volleyed with his left in one fell swoop to level with a wonderful finish it looked like QPR’s fortunes were about to change. 518 more words