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16 hours ago

QPR return to old habits but get a big win vs. Sunderland

QPR picked up their first win of the season with a 1-0 victory over Sunderland.

Who cares how QPR played against Sunderland on Saturday? The cold hard facts are that they lost their star man Loic Remy to Chelsea at 12 o'clock, changed formation and ended up nicking three points off one of the many sides likely to be loitering around the relegation zone with them around May.

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet was gutted after the match, while Harry Redknapp claimed his side deserved the 1-0 victory -- fortunately opinions don't keep you in the Premier league, points do; and Ran...

7 days ago

Redknapp's 3-5-2 revolution is stuttering

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp looks downbeat during his side's 4-0 thumping at home to Tottenham on Sunday.

The greatest trick Harry Redknapp ever pulled was convincing the world 3-5-2 could work -- and just like that, whoosh, it was gone...

Not the "Usual Suspects" script verbatim but close enough for anyone who watched QPR on Sunday afternoon. The new formation supposedly marked a new dawn, a fresh way of playing to be created and nurtured by new players and coaches.

- Redknapp: We looked a team of strangers

The switch in formation was made to get the best out of new signing Rio Ferdinand, to give ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Aug 24, 2014

Heroes and Villains: Premier League week 2

Manchester United are still without a win while Tottenham look likely to beat the world. ESPN FC takes a look at some of the biggest protagonists and antagonists from the second Premier League weekend.

First-team football appears to agree with Jack Rodwell, who dominated for Sunderland the way he never did at Man City.

HEROES

Jack Rodwell has played only slightly more Premier League football than you or I in recent years, but unlike us, someone still believes in him. His slow recovery continued against Manchester United where he helped Lee Cattermole dominate the midfield. Not only did he score Sunderland's eq...

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Aug 24, 2014

Three Points: Tottenham vs. QPR

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Tottenham's 4-0 win at home vs. Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.

1. Slick Spurs ravage Rangers

Sunday saw an unhappy return for Harry Redknapp and a painful lesson in how difficult survival in the Premier League will be for QPR. Tottenham Hotspur simply blew Rangers away in the first half and now look like quite the proposition under the new management of Mauricio Pochettino.

Not since Redknapp was in charge have Spurs played so attractively as they did in t...

Aug 21, 2014

Redknapp hopes to prove a point vs. Spurs

Queens Park Rangers bolstered their squad even more as they confirmed the signing of Chilean striker Eduardo Vargas on a season-long loan from Napoli.

The more you consider that QPR hosted Hull in their season opener with a fully fit squad, the easier it is to be disappointed with the 1-0 defeat. Realistically, to survive in the Premier League you need 10 wins; seven or eight of those will usually come at home, and Hull are one of the sides you would earmark as beatable during their travels.

Tottenham, on the other hand, despite their rather insipid 1-0 win over West Ham in their league curtain-raiser and 2-1 Europa League win over Limassol on...

Aug 18, 2014

Bright start for City in marathon season

James Chester's goal was enough to hand Hull City an opening day win at Queens Park Rangers.

Saturday marked six years to the date that Hull City AFC made their Premier League debut, with a home game against Fulham.

How we remember that day. It was over a century in the waiting, and the sun shone brilliantly in East Yorkshire. The stadium was engorged with new shirts proudly sporting Premier League patches and the fans were wreathed in giddy, excited smiles.

- Report: QPR 0-1 Hull City
- Bruce: Handball decisions a 'mockery'

Then on eight minutes, Seol Ki-Hyeon scored for the visitors....