QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says the lack of black managers in England was not part of his decision to appoint Chris Ramsey as manager.
With Mark Hughes and Harry Redknapp now in the past, QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says he wants to find the right balance when it comes to signing players.
Growing up in Harlesden, Dean Sylvester was rated as one of the best players in Brent, if not London.
Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett is backing two of his loan stars to follow in the footsteps of former players who have gone on to enjoy careers in the Premier and Football League.
Brent Schools FA chairman Chris Ampofo has called for talks to take place with the Premier League to help grassroots football.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes is eager to hold talks with Cargiant regarding plans to build a new stadium at Old Oak Common.
Shortly after QPR lost 2-0 at West Ham United in October, former Rs striker Les Ferdinand arrived back at the club as head of football operations.
Following Saturday’s late 1-0 defeat against Southampton, Clint Hill was keen to pick out some positives from the performance – and he highlighted the return of Adel Taarabt as a major plus.
Hendon boss Gary McCann says he has changed the shape of the team to try and deal with the poor playing conditions at Earlsmead.
Harrow Borough boss Steve Baker has added three new players to his squad for their trip to Bognor Regis Town on Saturday.
Caretaker boss Chris Ramsey presided over QPR’s first Premier League away win of the season as chairman Tony Fernandes closed in on his new manager.
Sadio Mane’s injury time goal condemned QPR to their fourth consecutive defeat.
Scott Davies believes Wealdstone are the club where he will rediscover his hunger for the beautiful game.
Mitchell Smith was happy to be in the shadow of the Wealdstone Raider on Saturday.
QPR caretaker manager Chris Ramsey says he would be happy to work under Tim Sherwood, but insists the appointment of a new manager is entirely the owner’s decision.
Hendon boss Gary McCann celebrated 10 years in charge of the Greens on Monday and is now focused on getting back into the promotion hunt.
Irish youngster Ryan Manning is stuck in limbo because of an ongoing dispute between QPR and Galway United about how much money should be paid in compensation for the Ireland Under-19 international.
QPR could build a new stadium in a different part of west London, according to Cargiant’s managing director Tony Mendes.
Harry Redknapp has quit as QPR manager, claiming knee replacement surgery would dent the club’s Premier League survival fight.
Harry Redknapp says QPR are still working hard to bring in new players before Monday’s transfer deadline – but they are no closer to agreeing any deals.
QPR remain without an away point this season and second-bottom of the Barlays Premier League after Jonathan Walters’ hat-trick condemned them to a 3-1 defeat at Stoke.
Hendon’s Sam Murphy believes his days playing Futsal for England have given him the edge over his Ryman League rivals.
Wealdstone new boy Michael Corcoran admits he has a big mouth – in the nicest possible way of course.
Former QPR scout Peter Moring has revealed that he was paid £50 by the club when he alerted them to a skilful youngster called Raheem Sterling.
New manager Steve Baker admits Harrow Borough will need to win more games in the final three months of the season than they have managed in the entire campaign so far to avoid relegation.
Not very, tbh.
A South Korean court has abolished a 62-year-old law that criminalised extramarital affairs, pleasing a prominent condom maker.
The Press Association’s education correspondent discusses Labour’s tuition fee plans