thomasbermingham

Massive QPR fan and is aspiring to be a Sports Journalist! Despite being a QPR I try my best to be unbiased, however whilst watching the best team in the World it's not easy.

Is relegation inevitable for QPR?

Is relegation inevitable for QPR?

Another dreadfully disappointing result at the weekend has left QPR well and truly looking like favourites to go down. At this stage in the season, winning at home against fellow strugglers is pivotal and when playing as well as QPR were for the first 45 minutes, going on  to lose the game was even more painful. Substitute, Kevin Doyle heaped incredible woe upon QPR after scoring the winner which increased the feeling of sorrow around Loftus Road. QPR were dominating …
QPR and The Mark Hughes Effect

QPR and The Mark Hughes Effect

Three games into the Mark Hughes era at Queens Park Rangers and life at Loftus Road seems far more cheerful. Extortionate ticket prices for the FA Cup, disappointing tweets from our 'leader' aimed at the man who got us back into the Premier League and little transfer activity aside, QPR have clawed themselves back out of the drop zone. After an unlucky loss at Newcastle, an important victory at home to bottom side Wigan and a third round replay win …
United do enough against QPR | Stats

United do enough against QPR | Stats

Goals from Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick were enough for United to maintain the pressure on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, following a comfortable victory over QPR at Loftus Road. Wayne Rooney's 53rd second header started United's return to the top of the table - even if only for a few hours - and QPR rarely looked like threatening their voyage back to where they believe they belong. United dominated the game, having chance after chance …
QPR vs. Norwich | Match Report

QPR vs. Norwich | Match Report

An inspirational substitution from Paul Lambert was the difference between the two automatically promoted sides on Saturday. Super-sub Grant Holt came on to slot home a 73rd minute winner to help Norwich edge this close mid-table battle. The home side took the lead after 15 minutes following sloppy defending by QPR. Ricky Martin latched onto a loose ball after Ferdinand failed to clear from a corner, this defensive mix up saw the ball sit up nicely for Martin who was …
QPR | Opta Stats Match Report v Stoke

QPR | Opta Stats Match Report v Stoke

Heidur Helguson scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season on Saturday helping QPR on their way to their fourth win of the season heaping more woe on Stoke City and inflicting their fourth straight league defeat. The win propelled QPR into ninth place and six points clear of the relegation zone. Walters gave the home side the lead, coolly slotting past Paddy Kenny from the edge of the area after 8 minutes. For 20 minutes it seemed that …
Why no Micah Richards for England?

Why no Micah Richards for England?

Surely as stand in captain, Micah Richards, at Manchester City, who are arguably the greatest team in the world at the moment deserves an England call up ahead of Glen Johnson. He is powerful, pacey, strong in the air and very passionate, for me he is the best right back in England and yet for some reason Capello hasn't called him up. His replacements Kyle Walker, who is pacey and loves getting forward is a contender but Richards can be …
QPR vs. Chelsea | Match Report

QPR vs. Chelsea | Match Report

Every team will have a game that goes down in their clubs history and shall never be forgotten. A game where you are filled with so much pleasure and glee that you don't know whether to scream, laugh or cry. It could be a cup final win, a last minute winner to secure promotion or even a survival Sunday win that keeps you in the division. It was none of these on Sunday, but QPR beating Chelsea will be remembered …
QPR vs. Blackburn Match Report

QPR vs. Blackburn Match Report

January cannot come soon enough for Neil Warnock and Queens Park Rangers. Another disappointing draw at home against weak opposition left some of the Loftus Road faithful feeling a little frustrated, despite being 11th and gaining 9 points from their first 8 games. The reason for this might be that it is unlikely that QPR will pick up any points in their next four outings. Chelsea and Man City at home and Spurs and Stoke away is a huge task …
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