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 Posted by PA Sport
7 hours ago

FA considering Rio Ferdinand for Britain's FIFA vice-presidential position

Rio Ferdinand is still playing for QPR, but the FA might already have in mind for a vice president position.

Rio Ferdinand has emerged as a surprise possible choice to be the Football Association's candidate for Britain's FIFA vice-presidential position.

The FA is drawing up a list of potential contenders after FA vice-chairman David Gill, the Manchester United director, ruled himself out. Ferdinand is one of several names under consideration, according to an FA source, despite the fact the former England defender is still playing for QPR.

Other former players who are being considered by the FA are Graeme...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
13 hours ago

Prem: Top five goals

Find out where Angel Di Maria's brilliant chip ranks in this week's top 5 goals.

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 Posted by PA Sport
20 hours ago

Mark Hughes keen to keep Peter Crouch at Stoke City in January

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says his team's performance was good enough for maximum points against Queens Park Rangers.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes will be only too happy to tell QPR boss Harry Redknapp to forget about signing striker Peter Crouch should he get a call when the transfer window reopens in January.

The 6-foot-7 frontman impressed on Saturday at Loftus Road, one of his former clubs, scoring at the start of the second half before a late free-kick from Niko Kranjcar secured a 2-2 draw for the home side.

Redknapp -- who managed Crouch at Portsmouth, twice, at Southampton and also at Tottenham -- makes no secret...

1 day ago

Thrills & spills will send QPR fans wild come what may this season

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp praised his team's come back from a 2-1 deficit against Stoke City.

Only a few weeks in and Queens Park Rangers have already got themselves where it matters at the forefront of the really exciting place in the Premier League -- the relegation zone. Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Geoff Shreeves and the rest of the Sky Sports machine will tell you it's the top of the table where the real excitement is. It's certainly home to all the cash, champagne, Mexican waves, "selfie sticks" and fancy dress. But it's not where grown men cry and that's what it's all about.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
2 days ago

Prem: Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Stoke

A late free kick from Niko Kranjcar saved a point for Harry Redknapp's QPR.

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