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Archives: Queens Park Rangers

The Definitive Guide to the Premier League Relegation Dogfight

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

With the Premier League title race being so tightly contested between the two Manchester clubs, and the chase for the fourth and final spot for Champions League looking equally enthralling, one could be forgiven for forgetting about the relegation battle … Continue reading

QPR: The Losing End of a Big Gamble

Posted on by Morgan Green

Before the start of the Premier League season, things looked fairly promising for QPR. They were on the verge of getting a new owner, Neil Warnock had his list of players he was ready to buy, while their promotion brethren … Continue reading

What I Learned About Your Premier League Club This Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the 20 years that I’ve followed the Premier League, this season has been the most unique for me. In previous years, I watched the league with an unbiased lens, able to dish out criticism and laud players and teams … Continue reading

How to Solve the Issue of Too Many London Teams in the Premier League

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

I’ve spent too much of my 25 years in the States trying to convince Americans that there’s more to England than the great city of London. However, it’s quite likely there’ll be 6 London-based teams in the EPL next season. … Continue reading

The Lonesome Death of Joey Barton’s Career

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Joey Barton is a controversial man. Whether it is the past he is so desperate to get away from or his obvious attempts to speak out on issues in order to be the centre of attention, he has constantly been … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 21: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s two Premier League matches include high-flying Newcastle United and Arsenal, both against recently promoted sides — QPR and Swansea respectively. A win for Newcastle and they’ll leapfrog over Liverpool into sixth position in the league. A win for Arsenal … Continue reading

English Football Cards From Early Nineties (Pro Set): Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the late 1980′s, football stickers were still the rage so when Pro Set launched a collectible card collection in England and the United States in the early 1990′s, they definitely turned heads. The quality of the photos were spectacular … Continue reading

QPR Show Their Ambitions With Signing Of Mark Hughes As Manager

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

The departure of Neil Warnock has shocked many QPR fans, who consider his dismissal to be an unjust, knee-jerk decision, based solely on their recent slump in form. Remember of course that it was Warnock who, within just over a … Continue reading

What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012: Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak. Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness. … Continue reading

Premier League Midseason Analysis: London vs. Manchester

Posted on by Roderick Thomas

It isn’t exactly halfway through the season, but all of the clubs are 18 games into their 2011-12 campaign except for Everton and Tottenham (both are 17 games in) who have to make up their first round fixture due to … Continue reading

Can Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers Stay Up This Season?

Posted on by Ally Poole

Apart from The Gaffer waxing lyrically about Swansea, there has not been that much on the other two promoted sides here on EPL Talk. It has been quite a year for QPR and Norwich but what did 2011 mean to … Continue reading

Top 10 Best Premier League Transfer Signings So Far This Season

Posted on by Jordan Lovesey

We’re almost a third of the year through the 2011-12 Premier League season, and already several summer signings have stood out as comparatively bargain buys. Which clubs have done their best homework to find the bargains who are producing the … Continue reading

Will All Of The Promoted Clubs Avoid Relegation?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

“Fact Or Fiction” is a series that will be run every Friday. In this series, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed each offer their views on whether … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 10: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There’s something beautiful about having just one Premier League to concentrate on today. For anyone watching, all of our focus and attention will be on this one game rather than watching others on our laptop or on split-screen. It isn’t … Continue reading

Get Stuck In: Four Things We Learned From Premier League Week Nine

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Editor’s Note: “Get Stuck In” is EPL Talk’s weekly column featuring review, analysis and opinion on all the happenings in the Premier League each week from different EPL Talk bloggers and podcasters. If you currently write for EPL Talk and would … Continue reading

The Ups and Downs of QPR’s Premier League Season So Far

Posted on by Jim Flanagan

There hasn’t been a dull moment at Queens Park Rangers yet, but that was bound to be the case wasn’t it? With a manager more than willing to share his thoughts in front of a microphone and Joey Barton willing … Continue reading

Can Fulham Beat QPR This Weekend? Find Out in this FIFA 12 Match Simulation

Posted on by Alex Muller

Fulham plays Queens Park Rangers this weekend in a highly anticipated derby between two clubs with something to prove. Fulham is looking for their first win of the season, while QPR is looking to pick up much-needed points. While the … Continue reading

Giving Respect to the History of All 20 Premier League Clubs

Posted on by Double Pivot

The focus for a long time was on the “big four” of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Tottenham and Manchester City made enough inroads to turn that into the “Sky Six” temporarily. To be honest, most of the noise … Continue reading