Rob Green says QPR have struggled for any kind of continuity since he has been at the club.

Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett

Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett praised his side’s work ethic as they left it late to snatch a point at home to Whitehawk on Monday – but says there is still huge room for improvement in their game.

Grant Hall has been in impressive form for QPR this season

EXCLUSIVE: QPR goalkeeper Rob Green believes Grant Hall has all the ingredients to develop into a top-class player and has praised the defender’s communication skills.

A disgruntled Leroy Fer walks off the field after receiving his marching orders on Friday night

QPR suffered injury-time agony at Middlesbrough on Friday night as Grant Leadbitter’s spot-kick condemned the Rs to a fifth successive away defeat.

Kevin Gallen is a QPR legend among supporters after his two spells at the club.

QPR favourite Kevin Gallen discusses Chris Ramsey’s departure, why he thinks Kenny Jackett is the ideal replacement and backs Rangers to get something on the road at Middlesbrough on Friday night.

Hendon's Leon Smith battles with VCD Athletic's Ricardo Joseph during last month's 3-1 home victory.

Striker Leon Smith is adamant that Hendon can overturn the alarming slump that has left them drifting towards the Ryman Premier Division relegation zone.

Martin Allen believes Chris Ramsey deserved more time at QPR

Martin Allen has called on QPR to have a ‘big shake- up’ after Neil Warnock was placed in temporary charge of the west London club following the sacking of Chris Ramsey.

Nedum Onuoha has no interest in entering management

QPR captain Nedum Onuoha says there is no chance he will venture into management when he eventually hangs up his boots.

Former Aston Villa coach Ray Wilkins (Nick Potts/PA Wire)

Ray Wilkins believes Tim Sherwood would be a good fit as QPR manager, and says Nigel Pearson should take over at their west London rivals Fulham.

Chris Ramsey lost his job following the 1-0 defeat at Derby

Last Wednesday the inevitable news broke out of Loftus Road that head coach, Chris Ramsey, had been sacked by the club. It came after a string of losses, and a severe deterioration in the level of performances from the team and Chris himself.

Rob Green believes QPR are in safe hands with Neil Warnock

QPR goalkeeper Rob Green says the squad are desperate to turn around their fortunes, citing a lack of a clinical streak as an instrumental factor in their goalless draw against Preston on Saturday at Loftus Road.

Hendon chairman Simon Lawrence holding the London Senior Cup in May

Hendon chairman Simon Lawrence is confident Gary McCann will turn the club’s fortunes around after a disappointing campaign to date.

Neil Warnock (left) and Alejandro Faurlin have a close bond

QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin has opened up about his frustrations this season to date, and says he is relishing working under Neil Warnock again.

QPR interim head coach Neil Warnock looks on during Saturday's 0-0 draw with Preston

QPR were forced to settle for a point against Preston as the start of Neil Warnock’s interim spell at the club ended in a goalless draw at Loftus Road.

Grant Hall (top), pictured celebrating Matt Phillips' winner at Wolves back in August, has been in impressive form for QPR

Grant Hall is pleased with the start he has made to his QPR career, but says as a team they must start producing more consistent performances if they want to climb the table.

Marc Charles-Smith (left) challenges for the ball in Harrow Borough's 3-0 defeat against Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday

Harrow Borough captain Marc Charles-Smith feels the play-offs remain a realistic target after his side made another early exit from the FA Trophy.

Scott McGleish played over 180 games for Colchester

Wealdstone’s FA Cup first round tie against Colchester on Saturday will have added significance for Scott McGleish.

Hendon boss Gary McCann. Pic: Steffan Bowen

Manager Gary McCann warned changes could be made to his Hendon squad after they were dumped out of the FA Trophy, suffering a 1-0 home defeat against lower-league opposition in AFC Sudbury.

Former QPR head coach Chris Ramsey

QPR have sacked Chris Ramsey as their head coach, with former manager Neil Warnock placed in temporary charge.

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey will hand Jay Emmanuel-Thomas a fifth successive start at Brentford

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey accepts the pressure is intensifying on him after his team lost 1-0 at Derby on Tuesday night - falling to their second successive away defeat in the process.

QPR fell to a 1-0 defeat at west London rivals Brentford on Friday night

Marco Djuricin’s goal gave Brentford a 1-0 west London derby win over QPR and turned up the heat on Chris Ramsey.

Kevin Gallen is a QPR legend among supporters after his two spells at the club.

QPR favourite Kevin Gallen discusses Friday’s west London derby against Brentford, the criticism of Karl Henry and Clint Hill’s recall to the starting XI.

Ben Gladwin is keen to extend his loan at Swindon Town

QPR are considering allowing Ben Gladwin to extend his loan deal at Swindon Town.

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (middle) has scored five goals in eight appearances for QPR this season

In the face of adversity, you really find out as a manager which players you can count on to deliver under pressure and which ones will wilt under it. Step forward Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.

Wealdstone chairman Howard Krais
 (left) and manager Gordon Bartlett
 (right) embrace after securing a place in the FA Cup 1st round with victory over Bognor Regis

Gordon Bartlett is relishing the challenge of facing Colchester United once again in the FA Cup after his Wealdstone side were drawn against the League One side in the first round proper.

Young children enjoy playing a game of Tennis at the Jason Roberts Foundation base in Stonebridge

The Jason Roberts Foundation, which is based in Stonebridge, have secured a £150,000 grant from Sport England as they seek to expand the work they are currently doing with young people in Brent.

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey will hand Jay Emmanuel-Thomas a fifth successive start at Brentford

Chris Ramsey has confirmed Jay Emmanuel-Thomas will start for QPR at Brentford on Friday night, while Charlie Austin will be closely monitored in training before the west London derby.

Leroy Fer has heaped praise on QPR defender Clint Hill

Leroy Fer believes Clint Hill’s return to QPR’s first team has been a major factor in the club recording back-to-back clean sheets and enjoying a resurgence in form.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Gary McCann took charge of his 600th Hendon game on Saturday – but the Greens were defeated at Merstham and went on to suffer another loss at Enfield Town on Tuesday night.

Chris Ramsey says Karl Henry is an essential part of his QPR side

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey has defended Karl Henry after the midfielder yet again came in for criticism from supporters during his side’s 3-0 victory over MK Dons.

Rachel Yankey in action for England

Brent’s Rachel Yankey has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to women’s football.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon manager Gary McCann says the Greens are in the midst of an enforced transitional period after having “the heart of the team ripped out” – but he is refusing to lower his goals and maintains his side can still challenge for promotion.

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey looks on during Tuesday night's goalless draw at Loftus Road

Chris Ramsey remains confident he can win back the hearts of the QPR boo-boys and be a success at the club.

Sandro in action for QPR during a recent Under-21 fixture at Loftus Road (Pic/Steffan Bowen)

EXCLUSIVE: Sandro says QPR must start raising their game if they want to be in the hunt for promotion come the end of the season.

Former QPR head coach Chris Ramsey

Neil Warnock is back at QPR in an advisory role and he has a job on his hands after losing 2-1 at Birmingham.

Shaun Lucien celebrates after scoring Wealdstone's second goal in their cup win at Biggleswade Town in September (Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC)

Shaun Lucien came off the bench to score a late winner for Wealdstone on Tuesday night as Gordon Bartlett’s side fought back from two goals down to get the better of Edgware Town and progress to the third round.

Keiano Josephs (left)  and Wiktor Wachala (right) were both outstanding for Brent

Brent Under-15s piled on the pressure but were unable to find the net as they bowed out despite dominating their cup tie against Oxford.

Leon Smith made his 100th appearance for Hendon in Monday's 1-1 draw with Kingstonian. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon manager Gary McCann hopes Monday night’s draw against Kingstonian will be “the first match of a new run” as the Greens recovered from a miserable defeat at the weekend.

QPR's CEO Lee Hoos does not expect the club's FFP case to be resolved until next year

QPR’s chief executive Lee Hoos does not expect the club’s ongoing Financial Fair Play case to be resolved until the new year.

Former QPR head coach Chris Ramsey

QPR fans are certainly getting their money’s worth this season as they have the best attack and joint-worst defence in the league – but is entertainment really enough?

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas celebrates scoring QPR's fourth goal against Bolton

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas admits he did not expect to have to wait until October to make his first league start for QPR.

Dale Binns celebrates Wealdstone's 2-1 win over Dartford. Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC

Wealdstone veteran Dale Binns says he is overdue his moment of magic in the FA Cup, and believes he will never have a better chance than this weekend.

Rangers supporters and members of the QPR Tiger Cubs on the pitch at Loftus Road on Saturday. Pic: Back Page Images

Saturday’s 4-3 victory over Bolton Wanderers marked a special occasion for the QPR Tiger Cubs, a football team for children and young people with Down’s Syndrome.

Brent Under-13s goalkeeper Ephraim Lisk

Brent Schools Under-14s’ lengthy unbeaten league record was brought to an end as they went down 3-1 at Barnet in their opening match of the campaign.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Steffan Bowen

Hendon manager Gary McCann says his side need to improve their “powers of recovery” when they are trailing after they suffered a second successive league defeat on Saturday.

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