Ian Holloway has left his role as QPR manager with immediate effect, the club have announced.Read the full story ›
A football match which raised more than £400,000 for Grenfell Tower survivors has won a community project of the year award.Read the full story ›
Sam White was horrified when he got to his seat at Loftus Road only to find his view was almost completely blocked.Read the full story ›
Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes accepted Redknapp's resignation just a day after tweeting there would be 'no more cheque book'.Read the full story ›
QPR's top scorer Charlie Austin and his fiancee have complained to police after a Twitter user made a sexual comment about his daughter. The striker found the comment after he posted this picture of himself and his two-year-old daughter Avabella.
The Twitter account where the comment came from has now been suspended. Austin's fiancee Bianca Parker said it had made her stomach churn.
Let the police do their job now?
The threat warns Barton he could face a grisly end. He responded by pointing out the bad grammar.Read the full story ›
The QPR manager Harry Redknapp launched an extraordinary rant about his attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt saying the Moroccan was "about three stone overweight". Taarabt is one of the most talented players in the QPR squad but was left out of the team to play Liverpool yesterday. At the post-match press conference, Redknapp went public about his problems with the player:
He played in a reserve team game the other day, and I could have run about more than he did. So no, I can't pick him. I can't keep protecting people who don't want to run about and train, who are about three stone overweight. What am I supposed to keep saying, keep getting your 60, 70 grand a week but don't train?
QPR lost yesterday's match 3-2 after conceding two own goals. The result means they have taken just four points from their first eight Premier League games.
Consultation gets underway today over plans by Queens Park Rangers Football Club to redevelop hundreds of acres of brownfield land in West London. The regeneration project would provide 55,000 new jobs and 24,000 new homes as well as a new stadium for the club.