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Sunday, September 30, 2012

QPR Report Sunday: Fernandes Backs Hughes...Green Going?... Five Year Flashback: John Gregory's Final Game...Seven Year Flashback: Gianni Paladini Profiled and Interviewed in One Paper and Taking Action Against Another




    After a number of recent QPR messageboard posts (and press reports) raising questions about  the continued tenure of the QPR Manager, a response!  Today,  Queen's Park Rangers Chairman Tony Fernandes offered an expression of his support for his manager Mark Hughes (as opposed to giving him "A Vote of Confidence!")

In a Sunday tweet, QPR CHairman Tony Fernandes wrote

"Mark hughes is the best thing to happen to QPR. We have been unlucky with injuries. Bar swansea we have looked a top top side. Lots to do. But feeling good. Its not all about result on monday. Keep the faith."
A Tweet by @tonyfernandes


By Matt Law

QPR vs West Ham Call it quits: Keeper Robert Green told he can leave QPR for NOTHING

Former England goalie has been told he's not wanted just three months after he joined the club PLUS; West Ham's Mark Noble has England ambitions
Short lived: Robert Green's QPR career appears over already Short lived: Robert Green's QPR career appears over already
Matthew Lewis

Robert Green has been told he can leave Queens Park Rangers for NOTHING – just three months after signing for the club.

Former England goalkeeper Green joined QPR from the club’s opponents tomorrow night, West Ham, after he rejected a new contract at Upton Park.

But his decision swiftly backfired as Rangers signed Brazil international Julio Cesar – and Green was immediately dropped to the bench.

Now, Green has been told by manager Mark Hughes that he is already surplus to requirements and he will be allowed to leave the Hoops on a free transfer, if he can find a new club.

The shot-stopper is currently being paid around £50,000 a week by QPR, making him one of the highest-paid reserve goalkeepers in the Premier League.

Green’s career began its descent after he failed to stop a long-range shot from Clint Dempsey in England’s 2010 World Cup match against USA, resulting in a 1-1 draw – and seeing him dropped as national No.1.

Meanwhile, QPR defender Anton Ferdinand has broken his silence after John Terry was found guilty of using racist language towards him..." Mirror


Harry Redknapp is set for a quick return to the Premier League

HARRY REDKNAPP is set for a quick return to the Premier League.

He is the bookies’ favourite to take over from Nigel Adkins at Southampton. But odds have shortened on the possibility of him ousting Mark Hughes at big-spending QPR.

One bookie has Redknapp 15/8 favourite for the Loftus Road job as Hughes takes his strugglers to West Ham tomorrow night still seeking their first win of the season. Express

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