Jay Emmanuel-Thomas was on target twice, including a stunning injury-time winner, as QPR got the better of Bolton in a seven-goal thriller on Saturday.

Clint Hill (left) has made just three appearances for QPR so far this season

QPR are stuck in a rut. With no win in four games, as well as Charlie Austin and Jamie Mackie being sidelined through injury for up to four months combined, these are worrying times at Loftus Road.

Paul Konchesky is enjoying working under Chris Ramsey

EXCLUSIVE: Paul Konchesky says he sees similarities in Chris Ramsey’s managerial style and his former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson.

Hendon's Leon Smith (front) scored twice against Leatherhead on Saturday. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon’s inconsistent form continued as they triumphed at Leatherhead on Saturday but suffered a fifth defeat of the season at Kingstonian in the Ryman League Premier Division on Monday night.

QPR's Director of Football Les Ferdinand says promotion is unlikely for QPR this season

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand has urged supporters to curb their expectations for this season, but insists Chris Ramsey is the right man to take the club forward.

Shaun Derry was a firm fans favourite during his time at QPR

Former QPR midfielder Shaun Derry discusses Friday night’s thrashing at Fulham, Tjaronn Chery’s conduct and the impact Clint Hill can still have on the field.

Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey (Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire)

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey made no excuses for his players following their 4-0 derby thrashing at Fulham.

R's misery: Ben Pringle scores Fulham's second goal of the evening on a night to forget for QPR

Ross McCormack scored twice as Queens Park Rangers’ Craven Cottage hoodoo continued on Friday night as Fulham ran out convincing 4-0 winners.

Paul Konchesky believes QPR can eventually establish themselves in the Premier League

Paul Konchesky says QPR are now far better equipped to develop into a side capable of consolidating in the Premier League after a chaotic few years.

Hendon players show their dismay after conceding an equalising goal against Merstham on Saturday. Pic: Steffan Bowen

Gary McCann has called on his squad to step up to the plate to fill the void of the suspended Aaron Morgan after the forward struck both goals in Hendon’s 2-2 draw against Merstham on Saturday.

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey was pleased with a point at Hull

Steve Bruce has admitted not signing Charlie Austin was Hull’s “worst decision” during his reign to date after the QPR striker again proved the scourge of the club.

Chris Ramsey (right) has heaped praise on Michael Doughty (left)

EXCLUSIVE: Chris Ramsey says QPR’s youngsters should follow in Michael Doughty’s footsteps if they want to stake a claim for a first-team place in the future.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Ten-man Hendon fell at the first hurdle in the FA Cup for the first time in 30 years on Saturday as they were defeated 3-1 in the first qualifying round away against Ryman League Division One outfit AFC Sudbury.

Shaun Derry was a firm fans favourite during his time at QPR

In the first of his monthly columns for the Brent & Kilburn Times, QPR favourite Shaun Derry discusses the club’s chances of promotion from the Championship this season, while directing praise towards Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo.

Nedum Onuoha scored a late equaliser for QPR

Nedum Onuoha scored his first league goal in 17 months as QPR came from behind twice to salvage a point against Blackburn Rovers in an entertaining affair at Loftus Road on Wednesday night.

QPR youngster Brandon Comley is highly regarded by Chris Ramsey

EXCLUSIVE: Brandon Comley says the faith Chris Ramsey has shown in QPR’s youngsters has given him hope he can become a first-team regular this season.

Tjaronn Chery has made an impressive start to life at QPR

Like many QPR fans, I have been quick to praise Les Ferdinand and Chris Ramsey for their transfer work over the summer and while I don’t believe ‘peanuts’ has been spent to overhaul the squad, the pair have certainly cut costs while making exciting additions.

Charlie Austin, like Matt Phillips, will remain at QPR after moves back to the Premier League failed to materialise

Delight, shock and relief. The three words going through most QPR fans’ heads after the news emerged last Tuesday that not only would Matt Phillips be staying at the club, but so would Charlie Austin after the transfer window closed.

Massimo Luongo has made an impressive start to life at QPR

EXCLUSIVE: Massimo Luongo is adamant Chris Ramsey and Les Ferdinand will bring success to QPR.

Michael Doughty (left) has been getting chances in QPR's first team under Chris Ramsey

EXCLUSIVE: Michael Doughty says tragedy in his life has helped shape him into the individual he is today and made him hungrier than ever to succeed at QPR.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Gary McCann admits he has had a long week after Hendon suffered their third successive league defeat against local rivals Harrow Borough on Monday.

Chris Ramsey has overseen a summer of huge change at QPR (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

After what has been another hectic transfer window for QPR, with no fewer than 13 additions to the squad, we can all now relax after an excellent recruitment process.

Tjaronn Chery scored QPR's winner at Huddersfield

Chris Ramsey insists his QPR side won’t be getting carried away after seeing them move up to fourth in the Championship table with victory at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Chris Ramsey insists he is the right man for the job at QPR

Chris Ramsey has reiterated he is the right man to take QPR forward as they look to rebuild following relegation from the Premier League.

Massimo Luongo was signed from Swindon this summer

It’s been a turbulent few seasons at Loftus Road, initiated by the champagne-drinking micro manager extraordinaire Flavio Briatore, who instigated a cultural shift within the club which has continued to this day.

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