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League One Bristol Rovers sign goalkeeper Joe Lumley on loan from Queens Park Rangers for the rest of the season.Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 15:52
QPR are interested in signing Manchester United midfielder Sean Goss, according to reports on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old midfielder moved to Old Trafford from Exeter in 2012 and has impressed for Nicky Butt’s reserves this season.
Goss’ performances have attracted admiring glances and QPR are understood to be keen to bring in the midfielder, preferably permanently if not on loan.
The boyhood United fan, born in Germany, has yet to make a competitive first-team appearance for the club, but was on the bench for the Premier League match at Watford in November 2015.
Goss is a regular in United’s reserves and his fine free-kick set-up Matty Willock’s late winner in Monday’s 1-0 win at Liverpool.
QPR sit 17th in the Sky Bet Championship, with Ian Holloway’s men on a three-match winning streak in the league after ending a run of six straight losses.
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Sean Goss has yet to make a first-team appearance for Manchester United. Queens Park Rangers are interested in signing Manchester United midfielder Sean Goss, Press Association Sport reports. Goss, 21, moved to Old Trafford from Exeter in 2012 and has impressed for Nicky Butt's reserves this season. His performances have attracted admiring glances and QPR are reported to be keen to bring in the midfielder, preferably permanently if not on loan. The boyhood United fan, born in Germany, has yet to make a competitive first-team appearance for the club, but was on the...Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 13 Jan 14:20
League Two side Grimsby Town re-sign QPR midfielder Brandon Comley on loan until the end of the season.ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 12 Jan 23:18
Reading Queens Park Rangers 0 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Jamie Mackie scored against his former club as QPR dented Reading's Sky Bet Championship promotion bid with a 1-0 win at the Madejski Stadium. The Royals missed the chance to cut the six-point gap to the automatic promotion places as Mackie secured Rangers' third victory in a row in the league with a goal midway through the first half. It was the former Reading loanee's first strike of the season, having only returned in December following eight months out with an ankle injury. The hosts underperformed...Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 12 Jan 23:11
Jamie Mackie scores the winner against his old club Reading to give QPR their third consecutive Championship victory.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Queens Park Rangers | BBC 12 Jan 16:55
Queens Park Rangers sell striker Sebastian Polter to German second-tier side Union Berlin for an undisclosed fee.Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 11 Jan 14:53
“However, until the Turkish club provide the fully executed transfer documents, we are unable to submit the requisite documents to the EFL and FA to complete the transfer.
“As a club, our policy is to only announce transfers once they’re officially complete.
“In this instance, however, owing to Antalyaspor announcing the completion of the transfer prior to it being so, we feel it is necessary to make this statement in order to provide clarity on the situation to our supporters.
“We hope to be in a position to confirm this transfer soon.”
Brazil midfielder Sandro leaves Queens Park Rangers to join Turkish top-flight club Antalyaspor in a permanent deal.ESPN FC - Queens Park Rangers News 10 Jan 18:18
Sandro is set to leave England after six-and-a-half seasons. Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro is to sign for Antalyaspor on a three-and-a-half year contract, the Turkish Super Lig club have announced. Sandro, 27, moved to QPR from Tottenham Hotspur in September 2014 on a three-year deal, but struggled with injuries and spent the second half of last season on loan to West Bromwich Albion. Antalyasporumuza Hoş Geldin Sandro Ranieri! #BizAntalyasporuz pic.twitter.com/ESDGeOvFQJ - Antalyaspor (@Antalyaspor) January 10, 2017 In a statement on their...Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 9 Jan 21:24
FA Cup holders Manchester United will play 2013 winners Wigan, while Chelsea face a London derby, following the fourth round draw of the competition.
Non-league sides Sutton United and Lincoln will both have home advantage in the FA Cup fourth round provided they win their third-round replays against Wimbledon and Ipswich respectively.
Sutton will welcome Cambridge or Leeds to Gander Green Lane if they see off the Dons at the second attempt, while Lincoln’s reward would be a home clash with Championship promotion chasers Brighton.
Chelsea will face Brentford in a west-London derby at Stamford Bridge, Manchester United welcome Wigan to Old Trafford and Manchester City travel to face either Crystal Palace or Bolton.
The winners of the replay between Plymouth and Liverpool will face Wolves, who pulled off one of the biggest shocks in round three with their win at Stoke.
Tottenham v Wycombe
Derby v Leicester
Oxford v Birmingham/Newcastle
Sutton/AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge or Leeds
Liverpool/Plymouth v Wolves
Souhampton/Norwich v Arsenal
Ipswich/Lincoln v Brighton
Chelsea v Brentford
Manchester United v Wigan
Millwall v Watford
Rochdale v Huddersfield
Sunderland/Burnley v Bristol City/Fleetwood
Blackburn v Barnsley/Blackpool
Fulham v Hull
Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley
Bolton/Crystal Palace v Manchester City
Matches to be played January 27-30
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Our panel discuss Divock Origi’s disallowed goal for Liverpool, John Terry’s red card and a number of other controversies in the FA Cup third round.
Refereeing decisions are regularly the source of debate among fans, pundits, players and managers so this season a five-strong TEAMtalk panel will be passing judgement on every red card (or avoidance of one), every penalty and any other major incident every matchday.
We’ll also decide on a weekly basis which side can consider themselves most fortunate and which was the easiest decision for a match official to make.
Manchester City penalty v West Ham
In the end Pep Guardiola’s men put on a footballing clinic as they dissected West Ham and ran out easy winners at the London Stadium.
However their opening goal was plenty contentious. Pablo Zabaleta went over in the area but seemed to fall over Angelo Ogbonna’s standing leg. It was a little clumsy from Ogbonna but cynics would suggest Zabaleta was always looking for a foul. On reflection the penalty looked uber harsh as Ogbonna doesn’t actually commit and make a challenge.
Sofiane Feghouli’s miss to immediately right this wrong just seconds later however is also surely an early candidate for the 2017 Barn d’Or!
Verdict: Incorrect decision
Joey Barton yellow card v Sunderland
The controversial midfielder/author/social media philosopher was making a second debut for Burnley on a chillingly cold day on Wearside. He could not inspire the Clarets to victory over the Black Cats on Wearside but he could get his name taken late on for a cynical challenge on Adnan Januzaj. And he can have few complaints.
Verdict: Correct decision
Sunderland penalty appeal v Burnley
A replay in East Lancashire is probably the last thing either boss would have wanted given the depth of their respective squads and it was almost averted as Jermain Defoe showed the Clarets defence a clean pair of heels before being bundled over literally centimetres inside the box.
Referee Stuart Atwell had a long hard look, before awarding Burnley a free-kick. Defoe looked astonished, but truth be told his appeal never looked that convincing.
Verdict: Correct decision
Norwich City penalty v Southampton
When teenage Saints goalkeeper Harry Lewis eventually winds down his career it’s debatable whether his senior debut will linger long on the old highlights reel DVD.
That’s because he conceded a sloppy penalty at Carrow Road when taking a heavy touch from a straightforward back pass from Virgil van Dijk and allowing Cameron Jerome to nip in. Lewis then clattered into Jerome in the area and referee Chris Kavanagh had little choice but to point to the spot.
Verdict: Correct decision
Liverpool disallowed goal v Plymouth
The Reds, fielding their youngster starting XI in their illustrious history, dominated possession against the Pilgrims but could not find a way through despite huffing and puffing at Anfield.
They thought they had when Divock Origi slammed home from eight yards out after 21 minutes. However he was all over Gary Miller like a rash and was rightly called for using his arms to get above the defender.
Verdict: Correct decision
John Terry red card v Peterborough
The Blues were 3-0 up and cruising at Stamford Bridge when Lee Angol went through for the Posh with just John Terry for company.
The former England defender, showing all of his 36 years, waded in with a challenge that was more Dog & Duck than FA Cup.
The Chelsea skipper was making his 50th FA Cup appearance but there was no room for sentiment from the referee. Terry was the last man and he simply had to go.
Verdict: Correct decision
Ryan Sessegnon goal v Cardiff City
To anyone over the age of 30 it seems crazy to think that a boy born in the year 2000 would be casually scoring the winner in an FA Cup third round tie. That’s exactly what happened on Sunday though as 16-year-old prodigy Sessegnon tapped home for the Cottagers.
I think it was Mark Twain who said ‘Never let the truth get in the way of a good story’ and referee Andy Woolmer and his assistants must have had this in mind after failing to spot that the youngster was marginally offside before he brushed the winner home.
Verdict: Incorrect decision
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Daniel Ayala red card v Sheffield Wednesday
Middlesbrough’s fans had only just stopped celebrating their opening goal against the Owls when Ayala was shown a controversial straight red card for bringing down Fernando Forestieri.
The Spaniard was making his first start since a 0-0 draw with Arsenal on October 22 and can count himself very unlucky. He definitely checked Forestieri and brought him down rather unceremoniously but he was at least 25 yards from goal and not even the last man so it’s difficult to see how whistler David Coote arrived at such a decision.
Verdict: Incorrect decision
Team most likely to feel brassed off award
Boss Neil Warnock claimed afterwards that he “struggled to get out of bed” for this FA Cup tie and with comments like that it’s debatable whether he will be losing any sleep over their 2-1 home defeat to Fulham.
The bottom line is though Fulham’s winner looked marginally offside so the home fans in a low crowd of 5,199 will perhaps have a right to feel aggrieved that their FA Cup dreams are over for another season.
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Stonewall decision of the week
John Terry red card
The former England defender pleaded for clemency to ref Kevin Friend before seeing red but the decision was fairly straightforward.
It was Terry’s first game for over two months and while his manager has hinted at a possible appeal, the veteran defender offered few complaints as he left the field with Chelsea already out of sight against Peterborough.
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Queens Park Rangers Blackburn Rovers 1 2 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats QPR's diabolical FA Cup record continued with a 2-1 defeat at home to Blackburn. Jake Bidwell's penalty -- his first Rangers goal -- reduced the deficit after Joel Lynch's own goal and Liam Feeney's simple finish. But Rovers held on fairly comfortably to take their place in round four and inflict Rangers' seventh defeat in their 10 matches since Ian Holloway's return for a second spell as manager. Incredibly, QPR have not won an FA Cup tie at the first time of asking for 20 years and have never won...Queens Park Rangers – teamtalk.com 2 Jan 18:47
Tom Lawrence netted a stunning equaliser for the visitors, blasting in from 25 yards three minutes after half-time, cancelling out Idrissa Sylla’s first-half opener.
But Wszolek, who got the winner at Wolves on New Year’s Eve, struck again with seven minutes remaining to give Ian Holloway’s team a victorious start to 2017.
The Polish winger chased Nedum Onuoha’s long ball forward, held off Adam Webster and rounded keeper Bartosz Bialkowski before tapping into an empty net.
It increased the pressure on Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy, who was barracked by some of the frustrated away fans.
Both sides struggled to create clear-cut chances before Sylla scored out of nothing on the half-hour mark – the striker’s second goal in as many matches and his sixth of the season.
Christophe Berra failed to clear James Perch’s throw-in from the right and Sylla was able to fire into the roof of the net from near the edge of the six-yard box.
However, Sylla’s involvement ended just a few minutes later when he had to go off after taking a knock to the head in the Ipswich penalty area.
Rangers had plenty of possession before the Guinean’s goal, but Ipswich had gone closest to scoring when keeper Alex Smithies was down quickly at his near post to push away a shot from David McGoldrick, who also nodded well over from Lawrence’s free-kick.
Ipswich continued to probe after going behind, and Luke Chambers missed a chance to equalise when he blasted over the bar in the final minute of the first half.
But McCarthy’s side levelled soon after the restart in spectacular fashion courtesy of Lawrence’s thumping right-footed strike.
Rangers, beaten in their previous three home matches and having lost six games in a row prior to their win at Wolves, then had to withstand a spell of Ipswich pressure.
Grant Hall’s last-ditch challenge denied Town substitute Grant Ward, Smithies saved from McGoldrick and Brett Pitman headed wide from McGoldrick’s cross as the visitors threatened.
Rangers missed the presence of Sylla up front but his replacement, Conor Washington, forced a near-post save from Bialkowski and served up a decent cross for Wszolek, who was unable to connect properly.
But Wszolek’s persistence caused Ipswich problems throughout and was eventually rewarded when Webster’s sloppiness enabled him to score his third goal since his season-long loan move from Italian club Hellas Verona.
Queens Park Rangers Ipswich Town 2 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Pawel Wszolek scored a late QPR winner for the second game running as they beat Ipswich 2-1 at Loftus Road.Tom Lawrence netted a stunning equaliser for the visitors, blasting in from 25 yards three minutes after half-time, cancelling out Idrissa Sylla's first-half opener.But Wszolek, who got the winner at Wolves on New Year's Eve, struck again with seven minutes remaining to give Ian Holloway's team a victorious start to 2017.The Polish winger chased Nedum Onuoha's long ball forward, held off Adam...