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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 22 Apr 18:22

Brentford 3-1 Queens Park Rangers

Spanish midfielder Jota is involved in all three of Brentford's goals as they see off struggling London rivals QPR.

Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 21 Apr 09:00

Man Utd top PFA Team of the Year selections over last 10 years

A focus on the PFA Teams of the year over the last decade.

Title rivals Chelsea and Tottenham have four players each in this season’s PFA Premier League Team of the Year, a tally matched by promoted Brighton in the Championship.

Here, PA Sport cast a statistical eye over the last 10 years of the PFA teams.

PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/17 team: David de Gea, Kyle Walker, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Eden Hazard, N’Golo Kante, Sadio Mane, Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku.

  • Manchester United lead all clubs with 25 PREMIER LEAGUE selections over the past 10 years, including goalkeeper David de Gea this season.
  • Four selections apiece take Chelsea to 19 and see Tottenham, now with 15, leapfrog Arsenal (12) for third place.
  • Sadio Mane’s selection makes Liverpool the fifth team to reach double figures for the Premier League over the last 10 years.
  • In all, 14 clubs have been represented in the last 10 Premier League teams of the year.

CHAMPIONSHIP

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2016/17 team: David Stockdale, Bruno Saltor, Lewis Dunk, Jamaal Lascelles, Ryan Sessegnon, Tom Cairney, Anthony Knockaert, Aaron Mooy, Jonjo Shelvey, Dwight Gayle, Chris Wood.

  • Burnley lead the way with nine selections over the decade.
  • Promoted Brighton and second-placed Newcastle have four and three selections respectively this season, taking both into the Championship’s top five for the 10-year period – Newcastle have seven in all, the same as Leicester and Cardiff, while Brighton have six.

LEAGUE ONE

2016/17 team: Simon Moore, Kieron Freeman, Mark Beevers, David Wheater, James Meredith, Mark Duffy, John Fleck, Josh Morris, Erhun Oztumer, Billy Sharp, James Vaughan.

 

  • Sheffield United doubled their League One haul to 10 this season, the only double-figure tally in any individual division outside the Premier League.
  • Southampton are next in that chart on eight, and their players have also made three appearances in each of the Premier League and Championship. England midfielder Adam Lallana, now with Liverpool, was voted in for all three divisions during his time with the Saints.

LEAGUE TWO

2016/17 team: Luke McCormick, Kelvin Mellor, Sonny Bradley, Christian Burgess, Enda Stevens, Nicky Adams, Luke Berry, James Coppinger, Graham Carey, Danny Hylton, John Marquis.

  • Chesterfield top the League Two charts with eight appearances. They will have an unwanted chance to add to that total next season after being relegated from League One.
  • League Two sees the most different clubs represented, 38 against 36 in League One and 33 in the Championship.

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Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 20 Apr 10:26

Brighton, Newcastle, Leeds & Fulham stars in Champ Team of Year

Brighton have four players named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year – with players from Newcastle, Fulham, Leeds and Huddersfield also selected.

Chris Hughton’s side secured a first return to the top flight on Easter Monday in 34 years – and the Seagulls can crown their success by securing the Championship title at Norwich on Friday night.

Goalkeeper David Stockdale, defenders Bruno Saltor and Lewis Dunk as well as Championship Player of the Year, forward Anthony Knockhaert, are included.

Hoping to join them Brighton in the Premier League are Newcastle – and Rafa Benitez’s side have three players to make the cut with Jamaal Lascelles, Jonjo Shelvey and Dwight Gayle earning selection.

Fulham are the next best represented side with two players (Ryan Sessegnon and Tom Cairney), while Huddersfield (Aaron Mooy) and Leeds (Chris Wood) have a player each.

 

PFA Championship of the Year 2017

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Goalkeeper: David Stockdale (Brighton)

Defender: Bruno Saltor (Brighton)

Defender: Lewis Dunk (Brighton)

Defender: Jamaal Lascelles (Newcastle)

Defender: Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham)

Midfielder: Tom Cairney (Fulham)

Midfielder: Anthony Knockaert (Brighton)

Midfielder: Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield)

Midfielder: Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle)

Forward: Dwight Gayle (Newcastle)

Forward: Chris Wood (Leeds)

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Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 17 Apr 20:32

Brighton seal promotion as Leeds drop out of play-offs places

Brighton sealed promotion to the Premier League, and moved a step closer to winning the SkyBet Championship, after beating Wigan 2-1 at a jubilant Amex Stadium.

The win was enough to spark jubilant scenes at the Amex Stadium, but their elevation to the top table was not confirmed mathematically until Huddersfield drew 1-1 at Derby in the late kick-off.

Jacob Butterfield’s 88th-minute equaliser was enough to cancel out Collin Quaner’s effort and formalise the Seagulls celebration party.

Glenn Murray had opened the scoring for Chris Hughton’s side eight minutes before half-time, his 22nd goal of the campaign and fifth in as many games at home.

England Under-21 international Solly March ensured the celebrations could continue in earnest when he converted Anthony Knockaert’s cutback and a late goal from substitute Nick Powell could not change the picture.

Newcastle, league leaders for so long, slipped to seven points behind the Seagulls as they took their winless run to three matches with a 3-1 reverse at Ipswich.

Freddie Sears put the hosts ahead just before half-time, but when former Tractor Boy Daryl Murphy levelled in the second half the Magpies had a chance to switch their fortunes.

Instead they conceded twice more, David McGoldrick and Emyr Huws the scorers.

Gianfranco Zola’s brief and forgettable stint at Birmingham ended after a 2-0 defeat at home to Burton left Blues two places and three points clear of the drop.

Burton leapfrogged their opponents in the table after Lloyd Dyer and Lucas Akins hit the net and Zola’s 22-game reign came to an end within minutes of the final whistle.

In the play-off picture wins for Reading, Sheffield Wednesday and Fulham saw Leeds edged out of the top six.

Reading went behind to relegated Rotherham, Tom Adeyemi on target, but hit back in the second half.

First Lewis Grabban then John Swift beat Richard O’Donnell to seal the points with a 2-1 win.

Wednesday won by the same margin at QPR, Adam Reach and Daniel Pudil notching either side of Idrissa Sylla’s equaliser.

Fulham enjoyed a straightforward outing at home to Aston Villa, who slumped 3-1 after playing 68 minutes with 10 men.

Ryan Sessegnon gave the Cottagers the lead after hitting the crossbar and, although Jack Grealish restored parity following Jonathan Kodija’s red card, the result never seemed in doubt.

Sone Aluko and Neeskens Kebano settled matters as the numerical disadvantage came to bear in the second period.

All of that spelled bad news for Garry Monk’s Leeds, who were turned over at Elland Road when Wolves striker Nouha Dicko grabbed the only goal of the game.

Blackburn salvaged a draw from Bristol City’s trip to Ewood Park, Sam Gallagher cancelling out Tammy Abraham’s effort, but they remain third bottom and deep in trouble.

Norwich defeated Preston 3-1 at Deepdale, but neither side can now hope to crack the play-offs.

Graham Dorrans and Josh Murphy gave the Canaries a first-half cushion before Tommy Spurr and James Maddison traded strikes.

Aron Gunnarsson gave Cardiff a 1-0 win over struggling Nottingham Forest and Brentford drew 1-1 at Barnsley as Florian Jozefzoon and Marley Watkins scored.

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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 17 Apr 18:18

Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday

Goals from Adam Reach and Daniel Pudil ensure Sheffield Wednesday remain in the play-off places with a win at QPR.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 14 Apr 18:17

Bristol City 2-1 Queens Park Rangers

Bristol City earn back-to-back victories and move four points clear of the relegation zone with victory over QPR at Ashton Gate.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 7 Apr 22:58

Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton beat QPR to return to the top of the Championship with their third win in the space of six days.

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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 4 Apr 23:11

Aston Villa 1-0 Queens Park Rangers

Jonathan Kodjia scores his seventh goal in seven games as Aston Villa pick up a fourth win in a row against QPR.

ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 20 Feb 19:06

Ian Holloway set to stick as QPR host Wigan

Queens Park Rangers Wigan Athletic 7:45 PM UTC Game Details Home: 23/20  Draw: 9/4  Away: 3/1  Odds from bet365 bet365 GameCast Lineups and Stats QPR could be unchanged for the visit of Wigan after enjoying a thumping 4-1 win at Birmingham on Saturday.Deadline-day signing Ravel Morrison is still building up his fitness having missed the last two games and the Lazio loanee will be assessed.Jack Robinson made his comeback from a hamstring injury for the under-23s on Monday.Fellow defender Steven Caulker is still out with a hip problem.Wigan are expected to be without Michael Jacobs when they travel to Loftus Road.Latics boss Warren Joyce believes...

ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 18 Feb 19:54

Blues beaten again as QPR run riot

Birmingham City Queens Park Rangers 1 4 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Matt Smith inspired QPR to a 4-1 success at struggling Birmingham.The 6ft 5in striker put Rangers on the road to victory with a first-half goal - his first strike since September.Smith, who only joined Rangers last month from Fulham, was a persistent threat in a win which was sealed by a 46th-minute goal from Conor Washington and two more by Idrissa Sylla and Yeni Ngbakoto in the last 10 minutes.Manager Ian Holloway was delighted with a vital morale-boosting win which eases their relegation fears...

ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 15 Feb 00:19

Massimo Luongo pens new contract with Queens Park Rangers

Massimo Luongo joined QPR from Swindon Town in 2015. Massimo Luongo has re-signed with English Championship side Queens Park Rangers, keeping the midfielder at Loftus Road until mid-2020. The 24-year-old joined QPR from Swindon Town in 2015, going on to make 59 appearances in all competitions for the Hoops. Luongo revealed recently that he regularly snubs big-money offers from China to continue his pursuit of a Premier League career. In 2015, the Australia international rejected a switch to then Premier League side Aston Villa in favour of regular...

ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 11 Feb 18:22

Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Huddersfield Town

Queens Park Rangers Huddersfield Town 1 2 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Huddersfield boosted their promotion hopes by beating QPR 2-1 at Loftus Road.The West Yorkshire side took control with first-half goals from Izzy Brown and Nahki Wells.Substitute Luke Freeman netted on the hour mark with his first Rangers goal, but the visitors held on for a fourth consecutive league win and their first ever at Loftus Road.On-loan Chelsea youngster Brown, who also scored against QPR while on loan at Rotherham earlier in the season, struck on 26 minutes.A slick Terriers move culminated...

ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 7 Feb 01:45

Coaches Ong, Maloney welcomed as QPR's Malaysian bond deepens

Ong Kim Swee and Brad Maloney are heading to England for a month-long training stint with QPR. It is a groundbreaking arrangement to have two Malaysian coaches working day-to-day at a professional club in London. But it won't be the first taste of English football for Datuk Ong Kim Swee and his assistant Brad Maloney. The pair, who arrived in the U.K. on Tuesday, are spending the next month as part of the coaching staff of English Championship side Queens Park Rangers. It's a deal arranged by QPR's majority owners, Tune Group, who control the AirAsia budget airline. Arsenal fan Ong became...

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