Queens Park Rangers have unveiled plans tonight to move from Loftus Road to a brand-new 40,000-seater stadium approximately 2.5 miles from the club’s current ground. QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes said: “Loftus Road is – and always will be – a … Continue reading ? QPR Plan Move From Loftus Road to 40,000-Seater Stadium: Nightly Soccer Report is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Queens Park Rangers have an extensive history at Loftus Road, but the club is officially moving on. According to QPR's official Twitter feed, plans were announced on Thursday, Dec. 12, for a new stadium in Old Oak, which will seat more...Show More Summary
U.S. defender Oguchi Onyewu, a 31-year-old Washington native with two World Cups behind him, discusses his move to Queens Park Rangers this fall, the subsequent lack of playing time, his future in England and with the U.S. national team, the World Cup in Brazil, and finishing his college degree after leaving school for Europe a […]
Harry Redknapp says he is ready to let Julio Cesar leave Queens Park Rangers for free during the January transfer window. The Brazilian goalkeeper has not faced a shot all season for the Hoops due to Robert Green’s resurgence in form. Redknapp...Show More Summary
It seems Arsenal did not take heed from Queens Park Rangers when they decided to have a Twitter takeover with their manager. Having a question-and-answer session with a top football name is not new and inevitably leads to a barrage of...Show More Summary
Queens Park Rangers have one of the largest and deepest squads in Europe. Yet they are not in a European competition of any kind and have one goal: to secure a quick return to the Premier League. Otherwise, they could … Continue reading ? Why Promotion is the Only Option for QPR This Season is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Ryan Nelsen has outlined Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe as a possible addition to his Toronto side. The former Spurs defender—who left Queens Park Rangers to take up the head coach position in February—spoke passionately about his former...Show More Summary
Joey Barton is rarely out of the headlines and therefore is something of an easy target for away fans. The Queens Park Rangers midfielder was playing in the top-of-the-table Football League Championship clash at Burnley when he was struck...Show More Summary
There was a controversial decision in Saturday's top-of-the-table Championship clash between Burnley and Queens Park Rangers. Referee Simon Hooper took the unusual step of sending off home mascot Bertie Bee. BREAKING NEWS: Mascot atShow More Summary
Having a question and answer session with a football personality is a tried-and-tested formula on Twitter, but Queens Park Rangers' efforts to get manager Harry Redknapp on board have attracted more than a few questions that Redknapp...Show More Summary
US international defender Oguchi Onyewu has joined Queens Park Rangers in the English Championship as a free agent. Onyewu, who played for the United States in the 2010 World Cup, left Sporting in August after his contract was terminated...Show More Summary
In my feature about the shutdown, I talked about Randy Neugebauer's insane rant at a park ranger during the shutdown as an attempt to capitalize on public outrage: Two days after voting for the shutdown, Texas congressman Randy Neugebauer...Show More Summary
RANDY NEUGEBAUER, JOHN BOEHNER, AND TIM GRIFFIN Fuming at a park ranger, frightened of teabaggers, farting idiocy on Twitter. There's this story I heard once from a homeless veteran I'll call James. He had a pinched face and a smokyShow More Summary
Three unusual hybrid works by L. S. Lowry and Harold Riley acquired directly from Riley by Dave Sexton, the Queens Park Rangers, Chelsea and Manchester United manager in the 1970s, feature in Bonhams Modern British and Irish Art sale on November 20th in New Bond Street. Show More Summary
Newcastle needed to bolster their attack over the summer. Instead of making a large investment to sign a marquee name, they opted to bring in Loic Remy on loan from Queens Park Rangers. The striker showed why against Hull City. Although...Show More Summary
Tottenham Hotspur right-back Kyle Walker was caught inhaling nitrous oxide earlier this year but won't face disciplinary action, announced the FA. Walker risks being on the Spurs scrapheap like Queens Park Rangers loanee Benoit Assou...Show More Summary
The transfer window for Queens Park Rangers in 2013 was a far cry from the "let's buy everyone who used to be good" summer they had last time around. Although that's not to say it hasn't been busy. The difference is, this time, the transfer...Show More Summary
After failing to get onto the first team at Tottenham, Benoit Assou-Ekotto will transfer to Queens Park Rangers on a season-long loan. The veteran announced the move himself on his personal Twitter account: Lets go to QPR ! I ll keep...Show More Summary
Fulham have signed Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder Scott Parker on a three-year deal. The transfer fee is reportedly £2million. Last week, Queens Park Rangers had agreed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur to sign Parker, but the player had to … Continue reading ? Fulham Sign Tottenham Midfielder Scott Parker On a Three-Year Deal is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Queens Park Rangers have agreed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur to sign midfielder Scott Parker according to Harry Redknapp. The England national team midfielder now has to decide whether he wants to move to QPR and, if so, to agree … Continue reading ? QPR Agree Deal With Spurs to Sign Scott Parker, Says Redknapp is a post from World Soccer Talk.