Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Middlesbrough and Queens Park Rangers.
Interim Queens Park Rangers coach Neil Warnock expects to be in charge for two more games, BBC Radio London reports.
Reported Chelsea target Charlie Austin could be on his way out of Queens Park Rangers —but to Derby County rather than Stamford Bridge. According to the Sun (h/t the Daily Star's Alex Wood), Chelsea were one of several Premier League...Show More Summary
Queens Park Rangers head coach Chris Ramsey is sacked, with the club 13th in the Championship.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Brentford and Queens Park Rangers.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Massimo Luongo was a surprise inclusion on the list of contenders for the Ballon d'Or, and he's certainly not expecting to cause an even bigger shock by lifting the prestigious trophy in January. The Australian...Show More Summary
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas curls a winner four minutes into injury time against Bolton to end QPR's four game winless run.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Hull City and Queens Park Rangers.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Queens Park Rangers and Blackburn Rovers.
Six games into the 2015/16 Championship season and with the transfer window finally closed, Queens Park Rangers’ chances of a quick return to the Premier League look remarkably better than any rational person would have believed at the start of the season. After a 2-0 away loss to Charlton on the opening day […]
Former West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has described Brendan Rodgers' 2015/16 Liverpool team as "the worst Liverpool side I have seen in years." As part of the Telegraph Total Football Live...Show More Summary
BBC Sport brings you the latest news from transfer deadline day, as Charlie Austin looks set to stay put at Queens Park Rangers and Celtic's Virgil Van Dijk signs for Southampton.
Reported Manchester United transfer target Charlie Austin has decided to stay with Queens Park Rangers for the foreseeable future, turning down an offer from Crystal Palace in favour of a stint in the Championship. The Independent's Sam Wallace reported the news on Tuesday, noting the 26-year-old striker had been linked to a host of clubs. Show More Summary
It’s looking like a case of one striker in and one striker out for Manchester United, with reports suggesting the Red Devils are set to land Queens Park Rangers star Charlie Austin before selling Mexico international Javier Hernandez...Show More Summary
The way is reportedly clear for Chelsea to sign Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin. According to the Telegraph, the Daily Express reported Austin as a Chelsea target, and with Oliver Todd of the Daily Mail reporting that Crystal...Show More Summary
Burnley sign former Queens Park Rangers and Manchester City midfielder Joey Barton on a one-year deal.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Cup game between QPR and Carlisle United.
During Thursday's broadcast over at Sky, this reporter had a Freudian slip, and accidentally said Queens Park Rangers player Charlie Austin has "no ligaments in his right dick." What's the fuss over Charlie Austin's "right di--" sorry,...Show More Summary
Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin accuses West Ham chairman David Sullivan of "an outrageous slur".