Johansen Nears QPR Move As He Undergoes Medical

Championship club Queens Park Rangers are said to be very close to completing the signing of Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen. QPR’s interest in the player emerged as a result of the injury that had befallen Tom Carroll who is said to have been confirmed to face a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

Carroll injured his ankle in training and has since been made to follow rehabilitation procedures as he looks to find his way back from injury as quickly as he can. While QPR have weighed in their support for the player and doing everything they can to ensure he gets a speedy recovery, plans are currently being put in place to bring hun his short-term successor in his absence prior to when he regains full fitness. Continue reading Johansen Nears QPR Move As He Undergoes Medical



Queens Park Rangers (QPR) have suffered a first defeat in three league games after they were beaten at London rivals Brentford on Friday night in the first game of matchday 14 in the English Championship. QPR had recorded four points from their last two games since they lost to Blackburn Rovers at the start of November. Brentford beat 10-man QPR 2-1 at the Brentford Community Stadium for their sixth league win of the season.

The hosts took the lead on 14 minutes through German midfielder Vitaly Janelt but the advantage lasted for just12 minutes. QPR striker Lyndon Dykes equalised for the visitors to take the game into the half-time break on level terms. In-form Brentford striker Ivan Toney moved level with Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong on 12 goals at the top of the scoring charts in the English Championship with the second goal for his team on 64 minutes. Continue reading QPR LOSE UNBEATEN RUN AT BRENTFORD



Ryan Manning switched to Swansea from QPR on transfer deadline in a fee reported to be within the region of £250,000. However, the 24 years old Ireland u21 international was an important player for QPR last season evident by his starting 41 games for the London side, although he has not featured in any game for the team whose last match was a 0-0 draw against Bournemouth this season.

The former Galway United player’s deal was due to expire next year but he reportedly turned down the offer for a new deal that will at least keep him longer in London and the London side decided it will be better to sell him now than lose him for nothing when his current deal expires.


We’re going to look back to 2012 on May 13 where Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers played in the final day of the league season. The Citizens need all the three points to be crowned champions. Their first title in decades.

At the same time Manchester United travel away to Sunderland.  Both Manchester clubs were level on 86 points. Although City had superior goal difference leaving them at the top of the Premier League table. Only a few weeks before the season finale. City had defeated United 1–0 thanks to captain Vincent Kompany’s header, but prior to that City had also defeated United 1–6 at Old Trafford, setting a record defeat at home for the Red Devils. Thanks to this victory for City, they had the upper hand and were favourites to claim the title, their first in five decades.

Les Ferdinand: QPR Made the Best Offer

Les Ferdinand, Director, and head coach of a professional English football club, Queens Park Rangers discusses the leaving of Nahki Michael Wells and Toni Leistner under the January transfer window. Les Ferdinand admits that it would be very difficult to sign Wells permanently but despite this, they made the best offer for him. But Wells has decided to move.

Les also considers the leaving of Toni Leistner as the best decision for football clubs around the globe. Nahki Wells is a Bermudian professional footballer and is currently playing as a forward for Bristol City. He had scored 1 goal in 6 appearances for his new club. Other than this, he has scored 12 goals in just 19 appearances for his country, Bermuda.
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Cardiff Continues Their Unbeaten Run by Demolishing QPR

Queens Park Rangers dominated the possession and even hit the woodwork twice as well, but it was Cardiff who had the last laugh as they win the match 3–0.

QPR continued to have nearly 70% of possession and played well but could not get the real job done. The visitor played well and they had their early chance with Bright Osayi-Samuel as he got cleared from defense and took a powerful shot, but Alex Smithies was able to make the save at his near post. Then in the 20th-minute visitors came close again as a superb ball from Ryan Manning was met by former Swansea defender Angel Rangel and who almost scored.
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QPR’s Freeman to be Signed by Sheffield United

Sheffield United is gearing up for the transfer window in the next twenty-four hours. In this transfer window, Luke Freeman is all set to become a part of Bramall Lane coming over from Queens Park Rangers. The deal will initially be for £3 million as per the reports. Irrespective of being linked with a large number of players as they ascertained their return in the Premier League, the Blades were forced to wait on patiently with Chris Wilder looking to improve his team that defied expectations by ending up in the second position in the last season’s Champions League.

However, it is only a matter of time that the arrival of Freeman gets confirmed. Reports have suggested that Queens Park Rangers star Player of the Year is going to move to Steel City for £3 million in the next twenty-four hours. Even though the fans of Sheffield United are going to breathe a sigh of relief, the fans of Leeds United will not welcome the deal with enthusiasm close to this. Previously, Leeds was known to have been linked with Freeman for numerous times for many months and according to a report on Monday, they are still interested in luring the former Arsenal player to Elland Road.
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QPR had looked comfortable during the first half of the season in midtable but the club form has nosedived in 2019. The Loftus Road outfit have experienced a poor run of nine defeats in 13 matches in thirteen league matches in 2019.

This poor run of form had begun to stoke discontent within the club as fans were getting worried about the club getting sucked into the relegation battle. QPR defender Geoff Cameron revealed that the club had to hold a team meeting after their last defeat to Rotherham at home.

The Fans Of QPR Fume On Their Respective Accounts Of Twitter As The Club Of Bournemouth Managed To Seal A Deal Worth £12m For Chris Mepham

Chris Mepham finally revealed that he is being released by the club of Queens Park Rangers often referred to as QPR and currently he is a player of Premier League after he left the club of Brentford. While speaking in the month of March of last year, Chris Mepham, an international player of Welsh center-back finally recounted how he was rejected very cruelly by the QPR club of his lifetime dreams.

Mepham while interacting with the Guardian told them that “That club was my team of boyhood. The club had a personal meeting with me and in the meeting, they said ‘When we go on to sign someone, we only look at 1 thing which we might develop and try. But apparently, we cannot see anything with which we can work on with you as a player.” He added, “That it was very hard to hear those things.”
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McClaren accepts the risky move didn’t work

Steve McClaren accepted that it was probably because of the move he made of replacing a playmaker with a forward when the Rangers were trailing by one goal that Hull was able to score another one and stretch their advantage to two goals and virtually ended the possibility of a Rangers’ victory.

The Rangers were taking on Hull at home and were desperate for a victory which didn’t seem to be visible anywhere in the distance when the scoreline was 2-1 in favor of Hull. An equalizer was the need of the hour and McClaren wanted to push for it. So he decided to change the formation and put in an extra player in the offensive line so that they could build pressure on the opposition defense, but as it turned out, they were caught on the counter attack and since they had one player less in the midfield, Hull were able to pierce through, resulting in another goal and the scoreline reaching 3-1 rather than 2-2. The margin eventually got reduced in the injury time with Freeman netting a second one for the hosts, but it was not enough to earn them any points.
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