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Queens Park Rangers vs Arsenal Preview

Relegated Queens Park Rangers will host an Arsenal side who is still trying to confirm their place in the top four.

When the 2012/13 season started, QPR fans and their management had high expectations, which may have contributed to the poor campaign the London side has had. Their goalless draw last weekend against Reading confirmed what many feared for quite some time now, forcing Harry Redknapp's side out of the Premier League.

Two victories at Loftus Road so far in the season are a clear indication of how QPR's season has played out. Their most recent coming on March 9th in a 3-1 victory over Sunderland. Since then, four losses and one draw have all but buried them, with a slender goal difference keeping them out of last place.

With relegation already confirmed, it will be very hard for the English manager to get the most out of his players, considering he already could not do that since his arrival at Loftus Road. 

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Queens Park Rangers vs Manchester United Preview

Friday February 22 2013,
Tags: Queens Park Rangers, Manchester United
The top and bottom sides of the Premier League will be on a collision course on Saturday; United will travel to London to play Harry Redknapp’s Queens Park Rangers.

Team News

Andrew Johnson and Hogan Ephraim are out for QPR. Loic Remy has made a quicker than expected recovery from groin injury and could even be available for this one. Fabio is ineligible as he cannot feature against his actual club. Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones, Paul Scholes and Darren Fletcher are all out for Manchester United.



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Rafael Benitez’s escape route: five clubs where the Chelsea coach could fit

Abramovich might soon lose his patience with interim manager Rafael Benitez whose appointment last November was meant to straighten the path twisted during Roberto Di Matteo’s last days at the club.

Unpopular Rafael Benitez might soon be out of Chelsea. Given the Chelsea owner’s intolerance with underachieving managers, it would be no news if Rafa suffers the sack in the very near future. However, should he remain until the end of the season, it is likely that his short-term contract at Stamford Bridge will not be extended.

So where is it next for the former Liverpool manager? We look at five clubs which could each offer Rafael Benitez an escape route.


Valencia was the club where Benitez first enjoyed notable success. He defied all odds by guiding Los Che to their first league title in 31 years, back in 2002. They enjoyed even more success in 2004 under Benitez’s guidance as they won both La Liga and UEFA Cup titles. From then onwards, Valencia have gone on a decline. Rafa could be the man to resurrect this team which is struggling to compete with giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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Transfer business debate: Influx at QPR. Boom or boost for the London club?

Friday February 1 2013,
Tags: Transfer, Queens Park Rangers, English Premier League
Should Queens Park Rangers fail to survive in the English Premier League, the balance between the players’ salaries and the club’s condition will likely create strong headaches.
The last 18 months have been really tumultuous for Queens Park Rangers, they held on by the skin of their teeth on the last day of last season. They were really lucky to stay in the Premier League despite losing to Manchester City on Matchday 38.

This season is proving to be no different; the club is in deep trouble. They have managed to pick up only 16 points after playing 24 games and are currently rock bottom of the table. Survival looks a daunting task for QPR whose recent influx of players proves the intent to remain in the top division.

Christopher Samba was signed from Anzhi Makhachkala in a late transfer. The London-based side also signed French Ligue 1 player Remy before the window closed. A host of other names were brought in during the last 18 months but positive results remain very rare.
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Transfer deadline day special: Three big winners and losers

The January transfer window is now officially slammed shut. Quite a lot happened on its very last day. Here is a look at the three big winners and losers.

David Beckham signed for PSG on the last day of the January 2013 transfer window.Winners: David Beckham and PSG

The aging legs of David Beckham still have much to offer. After training with Arsenal, the veteran midfielder signed for PSG on Thursday. He is still one of the best when it comes to set-pieces and it would be really interesting to see how he fares for his new club. 

“I'm lucky to have achieved what I've achieved and earned what I have earned,” he told the press concerning his top deal.

“One of the reasons to come here is that with Nasser [Al Khelaifi, PSG president] and [sporting director] Leonardo, we've  decided on something quite unique.” 

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Queens Park Rangers vs Manchester City Preview

Monday January 28 2013,
Tags: Manchester City, Queens Park Rangers
Relegation threatened QPR take on the holders Manchester City in a bid to produce a shocking result in midweek.

Team News

Jose Bosingwa, Andrew Johnson and Hogan Ephraim are all out for QPR. Loic Remy, Junior Hoilett and Shaun Wright-Phillips should all be back fit for Harry Redknapp’s side. Bobby Zamora has returned to full fitness. Samba Diakite is on international duty for the London side.

Vincent Kompany…

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Chelsea vs Queens Park Rangers Preview

The Blues are one of six teams scheduled to play on Wednesday as Matchday 21 of the English Premier League comes to a close.

Anton Ferdinand refused to shake John Terry's hand when Queens Park Rangers hosted Chelsea in September 2012.Analysis

The main topic at the Bridge is around the future of Frank Lampard. This has even overshadowed the John Terry-Anton Ferdinand handshake issue which occured when both teams met in September 2012.

Veteran Lampard, who is loved by the fans, netted his 191st and 192nd goals last Sunday as Chelsea survived a real scare away to Everton. It is with sort of determined attitude that coach Benitez will want to see his side perform against Queens Park Rangers.

The hosts are going through some sort of revival under the ex-Liverpool manager who is gradually controlling the temper of Roberto Di Matteo supporters. At the exception of Arsenal, England’s biggest football clubs all enjoyed a great New Year’s Day.

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Queens Park Rangers vs Liverpool Preview

Saturday December 29 2012,
Tags: Queens Park Rangers, Liverpool
When Liverpool visited Loftus Road last season QPR were battling relegation. The R's spectacularly overturned a two goal deficit by scoring a last gasp winner to win 3-2.

Cisse scored the last time Liverpool came to Loftus Road.QPR survived from relegation last season and they find themselves at the bottom of the table this season with just one win in 18 games. 

Team news

QPR defender Ryan Nelsen is reportedly down with a virus and may not recover in time to face Liverpool on Sunday. 


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Manchester United vs Queens Park Rangers Preview

Friday November 23 2012,
Tags: Manchester United, QPR, Wayne Rooney
Manchester United will meet Queens Park Rangers for the 50th time in a competitive match at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Manchester United want to beat Aston Villa after being stunned by Norwich CityManchester United will meet Queens Park Rangers for the 50th time in a competitive match at Old Trafford on Saturday. 

Former Manchester United manager Mark Hughes was fired from his job at QPR on the same day Sir Alex Ferguson’s statue was unveiled in front of United’s stadium. The R’s have not won at Old Trafford since 1992 and are yet to win a game this season in the premier league.

Team News 

Wayne Rooney returns to the squad after missing United’s last two games due to tonsillitis. Chris Smalling will be available for selection and Jonny Evans started training but he is a doubtful start.

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Arsenal vs Queens Park Rangers Preview

Thursday October 25 2012,
Tags: Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Premier League, QPR
Arsenal will be under pressure to get a victory after having lost their last two official matches. For the visitors, Queens Park Rangers is still looking for their first victory in the English Premier League.

The last match for the Gunners at Carrow Road did not go so well for the London side. An extremely lackluster performance with not much creativity or urgency in the offensive half carried over into their Champions League match midweek.

Fans filled the Emirates Stadium hoping to watch Arsenal bounce back from their second Premier League defeat, but once again, Arsene Wenger's side seemed out of it. Santi Cazorla's trickery and outstanding passing weren't enough for Arsenal to get the three points.

Bouncing back at home against a last-placed Queens Park Rangers will be extremely important for Arsenal.

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Manchester City avoid dramatic anti-climax, QPR survive, Arsenal finish third

Manchester United were seconds away from winning the English Premier League title when Manchester City issued a dramatic comeback.

The 2011/12 English Premier League title goes to Manchester City.At Sunderland, Man United did their homework by recording a 1-0 victory thanks to Rooney’s lone goal but at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City did the impossible. The Citizens netted 2 goals in injury time to turn around a 2-1 deficit against Queens Park Rangers.

The latter got reduced to ten men early in the second period as Joey Barton kicked Carlos Tevez with his elbow. With the numerical disadvantage, City became ultra-defensive.

However, the introduction of Armand Traore was the turning point in the game. Out of nowhere, Queens Park Rangers went 2-1 up inside the 66th minute.

Traore’s run down the left wing was vital in the build up to his team’s second goal. Djibril Cisse had previously equalized Zabaleta’s first-half opener.

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John Terry's racism trial makes Premier League suspend pre-match handshakes

Thursday April 26 2012,
Tags: Chelsea, Queens Park Rangers, English Premier League
The English Premier League have decided to retain the traditional ritual due to legal purposes.
Pre-match team handshakes will be suspended prior to Sunday's match between Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers at Stamford Bridge.

Terry, the captain of Chelsea, is accused of racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League game in October and due to this the EPL believed it was best to retain team handshakes.

"The Premier League position on the pre-match handshake convention remains consistent. In all normal circumstances it must be observed," the Premier League announced in an official statement.
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The 2011/2012 English Premier League season: teams, coaches & stadiums previewed

The new Premiership season hasn’t even started but football fans are already making predictions and pondering over tough questions.

Manchester United head into the 2011/2012 English Premier League champions.The 2011/2012 English Premier League season is not far away from kicking off, so it’s certainly a perfect time to look once more at the teams involved and at the things expected.

Like each year, 3 teams go down and 3 teams go up. Like each year, only a few teams get to qualify for Europe. And like each year again, only one team gets to be crowned as winners of England’s globally followed Premiership.

What the 2010/2011 season produced

Manchester United are the reigning champions—having collected a total of 80 points (9 more than Chelsea and Manchester City). Meanwhile, one of the big talking points at the end of last season was about Arsenal’s devastated conditions.

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