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Freeman’s dismissal at Preston angers manager

Preston North End 2 Queens Park Rangers 1

Harrow Borough supporters will have left Earlsmead with moods as grey as the weather after a 3-1 defeat to bottom side Grays Athletic.

Wealdstone have swooped for former Wycombe Wanderers and Bolton Wanderers left-back Ryan Sellers from Wingate & Finchley.

Jonathan North was the hero for the Stones, saving three of Hendon’s four spot kicks.

Conor Washington’s upturn in fortunes is all down to one simple thing according to Ian Holloway – playing him in his natural position.

Wingate & Finchley moved to within one point of the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs with a superb 3-2 fightback win over Burgess Hill Town.

Two wins in four days are a sign that QPR are finding their mojo says manager Ian Holloway.

QPR 2 Wigan Athletic 1

Hoops believe again after beating Birmingham

Wealdstone piled more misery on hosts Margate after Aryan Tajbakhsh’s debut strike was enough to grab the three points at Hartsdown Park and condemn basement-side Margate to their 15th straight defeat.

Birmingham City 1 Queens Park Rangers 4

Both Wealdstone and Whitehawk are looking to find a bit of form as the season heads towards its conclusion – but neither could find it at Grosvenor Vale as the sides played out a 0-0 Vanarama National League South draw.

Queens Park Rangers have moved to keep a fans favourite at Loftus Road for another three years.

Hendon manager Gary McCann was struggling to take the positives from their home draw with Lowestoft Town – despite the result meaning they made it three games without a defeat.

A debut goal from Josh Walker was cancelled out by a similar strike from Kaiman Anderson as Wealdstone and Oxford City shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Grosvenor Vale.

Hendon were left frustrated by a 0-0 draw with Lowestoft Town – after the Suffolk side were forced to play with their centre-back in goal for an hour.

The Stonebridge-based Jason Roberts Foundation continue to make great strides in the community and overseas in Grenada as they look to push on even further this year.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand believes Ian Holloway will be given the time he needs to take the club forward.

Wealdstone have moved to bolster their attacking options with the signing of Joe White from Dagenham & Redbridge.

QPR favourite Kevin Gallen discusses the club’s form since Ian Holloway’s return as manager, the emergence of Ryan Manning and Ravel Morrison re-signing for the Rs.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand believes Ravel Morrison’s return to the club was a gamble worth taking.

Wealdstone midfielder Danny Green believes this year could be the “learning curve” the club needs in order to make a serious push for promotion next season.

Former QPR coach Steve Gallen says he has been pleasantly surprised with Ryan Manning’s progress at the club since the turn of the new year.

QPR boss Ian Holloway says Curtis Fleming’s appointment as first-team coach was the “final piece of the jigsaw” in terms of stamping down his vision for the club.

Jamie Mackie has backed QPR No 1 Alex Smithies to get a call-up to England’s senior squad.

QPR loanee Kazenga LuaLua has revealed how Ian Holloway was third time lucky in his pursuit of him.

Elliott Godfrey says Wealdstone will feel no pressure in their FA Trophy clash against Brackley – provided they regard themselves as underdogs.

QPR have completed the signing of Ravel Morrison on loan from Lazio until the end of the season.

QPR have agreed personal terms with Ravel Morrison, who is set to rejoin the club on loan from Serie A giants Lazio.

QPR boss Ian Holloway believes Conor Washington will benefit hugely from Matt Smith’s arrival at Loftus Road.

QPR have finally wrapped up a deal to sign Luke Freeman from fellow Championship club Bristol City for £300,000.

QPR are set to complete the £300,000 signing of Bristol City’s Luke Freeman.

QPR youngster Darnell Furlong says his loan spell at Swindon Town has helped him grow from a boy into a man.

QPR boss Ian Holloway maintains Conor Washington has a big part to play in his first-team plans and has urged supporters to remain patient with the striker.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand says Alex Smithies will sign a new contract at Loftus Road - but admits he could leave for a Premier League club in the not too distant future.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand says a number of clubs have enquired about Osman Kakay’s availability ahead of next Tuesday’s transfer deadline.

Former Hendon captain Kevin Maclaren is “devastated” that his nine-year spell at the club has come to an end, but he admits he has only himself to blame.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand opened up on his reasons for signing up to Prostate Cancer UK’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride at a Q&A session on Tuesday night.

QPR will allow unsettled midfielder Karl Henry to leave the club on loan this month, if he fails to secure a permanent transfer away from Loftus Road.

QPR remain optimistic they can thrash out a deal for Bristol City winger Luke Freeman before the transfer window shuts.

QPR boss Ian Holloway believes Olamide Shodipo would really benefit from a spell out on loan.

QPR and Fulham have both been charged with two counts of failing to control their players by the Football Association following Saturday’s west London derby at Loftus Road.

Ian Holloway has admitted that Karl Henry’s QPR career is all but over, but has hailed the midfielder and says he will give a glowing reference about him to any potential suitors.

Ian Holloway is ready to end his pursuit of Bristol City’s Luke Freeman.

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