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Irish Prospect Ryan Manning Shines On First Team Debut For QPR

Ryan Manning Ireland QPR

Irish underage international Ryan Manning made his debut for Queens Park Rangers yesterday. The highly-rated midfielder was named in the QPR starting team to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in Molineux. 20 year-old Manning joined Rangers from Galway United in 2014. Although he had been included in match day squads in the past, he has mainly featured for QPR’s under 23 squad. …

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Watch: Five Of The Biggest Premier League Opening Day Shocks

WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND - AUGUST 18: Peter Odemwingie of West Brom scores their second goal from the penalty spot during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool at The Hawthorns on August 18, 2012 in West Bromwich, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

After three long months, the new Premier League season finally begins this Saturday. All twenty sides are in action over the course of the weekend, with champions Leicester opening the season against newly-promoted Hull at the KC Stadium at 12.45. Be it down to a lack of fitness or co-ordination on the losers’ part, the opening day has seen some …

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Done Deal: Former Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp Joins Derby County

during the Sky Bet Championship match between AFC Bournemouth and Bolton Wanderers at Goldsands Stadium on April 27, 2015 in Bournemouth, England.

After over a year without a club, former West Ham and Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has today joined Championship side Derby County, the club have confirmed. Redknapp joins the club in what is being called a “football advisory role” to assist interim head coach Darren Wassall before a full review of the club’s coaching structure is carried out at the …

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QPR’s Charlie Austin Has Given A Firm Indication He Is Staying Put

It is probably easier to count the clubs QPR striker Charlie Austin hasn’t been linked with in this window to gain an accurate picture of just how sought after the striker apparently is. Tottenham, Newcastle, Everton, Bournemouth, Manchester United and Chelsea are all names that have done the rounds at one stage or another, while the Independent report today that the …

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Premier League Teams Compete for Charlie Austin

Charlie Austin’s QPR future is as uncertain as ever. Four Premier League teams are hoping to tempt him away from Loftus Road. According the Daily Express, Southampton are the latest team to have joined the race to sign Austin. They made a £10 million bid for the 25 year-old last night. Newcastle United, West Ham and Chelsea have also shown interested …

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Premier League Payments: How Much Did Your Team Earn This Season?

The Premier League have announced the amount of cash that each top flight club has received this season from broadcasting rights as well as merit payments and facility fees. Chelsea are, as one would expect, the club which has benefitted the most from this season’s revenue distribution, receiving just under £99 million in total payments. QPR earned roughly £34 million less …

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Staring Into The Abyss – PL Managers Facing The Drop

The final few weeks of the season can heap untold pressure on a manager, especially those chasing the holy grail of the 40 points mark. Here we look at the managers facing the drop and the probability of them being able to keep their side up.  With the title wrapped up and with just three games to go it is the …

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They Can’t All Play You’ll Never Walk Alone – What The Entrance Songs of Relegation Threatened Clubs Tell Us About Their Survival Chances

Desperate times call for desperate measures. In the relegation battle form goes out the window, every game is a cup final. Blah blah blah you know the platitudes. Let’s get serious here, what’s a relegation run-in without an analyse of entrance songs?  “I walked out into that cauldron and heard that singing and saw that passion. The hairs on my arms were …

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Ten Thoughts From Sport This Weekend

The Masters, Andy Lee’s title defence, Man City capitulation and a pesky train. Here’s ten thoughts to consider from the weekend’s sport.    1. Rory McIlroy Isn’t The Only Young Usurper  Jordan Spieth didn’t just win the Masters, he won it in style. Victory in such a manner propels him to the higher echelons of Golf now. Rory, watch out, …

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Ten Thoughts From The Weekend’s Premier League Action

A weekend which has seen some major results at the top and bottom makes both the title and relegation races much more open, and that little bit more difficult to predict.  Here are our ten thoughts from this weekend’s action. 10. Can Palace’s Form Be Sustained Next Season? Alan Pardew found the pressure building and building at Newcastle this season, and …

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QPR 0 Chelsea 1: The One Minute Lowdown

Everything you need to know about a London Derby with implications for the top and bottom of the table. It’s the one minute lowdown for QPR vs Chelsea   The Teams BREAKING TEAM NEWS: One change for #QPRvCHE; @karlhenry08 replaces Niko Kranjcar… pic.twitter.com/4UpcTl3ufO — QPR FC (@QPRFC) April 12, 2015 Team to play QPR: Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Azpilicueta; …

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Stats Don’t Lie: Charlie Austin vs Harry Kane

We compare the statistics of two of the Premier League’s hottest strikers this season. All the fanfare has seemed to follow Tottenham’s Harry Kane, but just how far behind is the QPR man? It’s been a whirlwind season for young English striker Harry Kane and an international call up has rightly followed in line with his exceptional form. With 19 …

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Has There Been A Weekend With More Great Goals Than This?

We’re all use to seeing fantastic goals in the Premier league. But has anyone seen a weekend with more fantastic strikes over the course of a weekend? We round-up every cracker from a phenomenal weekend.   1. Arsenal got the party started early A delicately placed finish by Bellerin set the tone for the early kick-off. A fixture that had the …

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