June 18 2013 Latest news:
QPR will be left in no doubt that they are back in the Football League as they have been handed a tricky trip to League Two Exeter City in the first round of the Capital One Cup.
The Capital One Cup first round draw has thrown up two tantalising London derbies with Brentford playing host to League Two Dagenham & Redbridge and Millwall to face AFC Wimbledon at The Den.
Transfer News: Tottenham youngster Adam Smith has warned Spurs that he is not prepared to be loaned out to a club outside the Premier League.
Former QPR manager Neil Warnock believes England is the “wrong place” for Adel Taarabt and feels the midfielder would be better off seeking a move abroad.
A fall in the number of people playing football means it is now behind both swimming and athletics as the third-biggest sport in terms of participation, latest figures reveal.
Transfer news: Montpellier president Louis Nicollin has not ruled out a bid for QPR’s Djibril Cisse but says the decision rests with new manager Jean Fernandez.
Harry Redknapp believes England are lacking direction and has called for Glenn Hoddle to return to the national set-up as Under-21s manager.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp believes London clubs Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham will challenge Manchester United and Manchester City for the Premier League title this season.
Harry Redknapp believes former Everton boss David Moyes is right to appoint his own backroom staff at new club Manchester United.
Transfer news: Joey Barton has quashed recent transfer speculation by claiming he has not spoken to parent club QPR since February.
Football League clubs have taken their first step to learning their Capital One Cup first round opponents after the official seedings were announced ahead of Monday’s draw.
Harry Redknapp has rubbished reports that he could leave relegated QPR this summer and insists he is already plotting their return to the Premier League.
Joey Barton’s controversial career could continue beyond his playing days as the QPR midfielders has admitted he wants to go into management.
QPR defender Tal Ben Haim has been named on the Premier League’s released list for the season just gone.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has rubbished suggestions that he has had a falling out with manager Harry Redknapp
Football League clubs have imposed tough new restrictions on overseas loan players, allowing clubs to sign eight foreign loanees per season, play five in a match-day squad and bring in maximum of four from one club.
QPR have announced that they will play friendlies against Besiktas and Udinese on a pre-season tour of Austria this summer.
Transfer news: Reading have confirmed the signing of Wayne Bridge following his release from Manchester City, days after Harry Redknapp threatened to quit if QPR wouldn’t back him to sign the left-back.
Andros Townsend is “heartbroken” to be missing the European Under-21 Championship but concedes his punishment for breaching betting regulations is fully deserved.
QPR have announced that they remain fully committed to their plans to build a new £30million training ground at Warren Farm despite a legal challenge from west London residents.
QPR defender Clint Hill has been voted by London24 readers as their player of the season as he claimed 46 per cent of the vote.
QPR midfielder Joey Barton has admitted that his future is uncertain but revealed that Marseille are keen to have him back, even in two years.
Club bosses should adapt to a “culture shock” and make sure they do not to blow their huge new TV windfall on players’ wages, a new report has warned.
Transfer News: Richard Dunne, Eric Lichaj, Andy Marshall, Jean Makoun and Simon Dawkins have been released by Aston Villa, the club have confirmed.
Harry Redknapp has hit out at QPR’s wantaway flops and admitted that he is finding it difficult to shift the likes of Julio Cesar, Adel Taarabt, Armand Traore and Jose Bosingwa.
Ground: Loftus Road (capacity: 18,360).
Honours: Second Division 1982, 2011.
Third Division: 1948, 1967.
Division Three South: 1946.
Southern League: 1908, 1912.
League Cup: 1967.
Leading goalscorer: George Goddard, 186.
Leading appearances: Tony Ingham, 519.