Queens Park Rangers reject a £12m bid for striker Charlie Austin from managerless Premier League side Leicester.
Queens Park Rangers sign striker Sebastian Polter from German Bundesliga side FSV Mainz 05 for an undisclosed fee.
While new Liverpool recruit Danny Ings has received plenty of hype and praise during this off-season, there is another England striker that has been even more impressive. Queens Park Rangers forward Charlie Austin scored 18 Premier League goals during the … Continue reading ?
Queens Park Rangers announce the signing of former Bristol City forward Jay Emmanuel-Thomas on a three-year deal.
Swansea City's Welsh international defender Jazz Richards is a target for Queens Park Rangers, Fulham and Derby.
The 2014/15 Premier League season is complete. Chelsea are champions; Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United will play in the Champions League. Hull City, Queens Park Rangers and Burnley are relegated, with Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City taking their place. And so the time has come to reflect on the past nine months. Show More Summary
Hull City were relegated to the Championship on Sunday as Newcastle United obtained the win they needed to ensure survival. The Tigers join Queens Park Rangers and Burnley in the lower league next term after their goalless draw withShow More Summary
Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey is critical of his side's "schoolboy" defending after they succumbed to a 5-1 Premier League defeat at Leicester City.
Leicester City make it seven wins in nine games, hammering relegated QPR in front of a delighted crowd at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester City is celebrating its earning another season in the Premier League by providing a free beer to all its fans who attend the last fixture of the season on Sunday against the Queens Park Rangers. “We want to say thank you to our fans for their incredible support this season,” team Vice Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha […]
England manager Roy Hodgson has named his squad for the Three Lions’ upcoming clashes against Republic of Ireland and Slovenia, with Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin making the 24-man list. Other surprise inclusions are Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy and Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton. Show More Summary
Queens Park Rangers director of football Les Ferdinand says the relegated club has "got it badly wrong".
LOFTUS ROAD, London—An often farcical season for Queens Park Rangers ended in fittingly comical fashion on Saturday afternoon. The club’s final home game of this Premier League season served only to underline exactly why they had been...Show More Summary
Newcastle United caretaker manager John Carver believes his side's "mad 10-minute spell" was the reason they fell to defeat to Queens Park Rangers.
Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey is pleased with his relegated side's "reaction to adversity" after they beat Newcastle at Loftus Road.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Queens Park Rangers and Newcastle United.
With the title winners and Champions League places sewn up already, the main source of excitement in the remaining weeks of the Premier League season is poised to come in the race for survival. Burnley and Queens Park Rangers are already down, but Hull City, Newcastle United, Sunderland and Leicester City are all vying to steer clear of 18th spot. Show More Summary
The Football League will allow Queens Park Rangers to play in the Championship next season despite their legal battle.
Download the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with Rodney Marsh. Rodney started his football career as a youth player at West Ham and went on to play for Queens Park Rangers, Manchester City, Fulham and … Continue reading ?
Tonight’s World Soccer Talk Radio features an interview with Rodney Marsh. Rodney started his football career as a youth player at West Ham and went on to play for Queens Park Rangers, Manchester City, Fulham and his country, England. In1976, … Continue reading ?