Queens Park Rangers
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It looks like it's now or never for Brazilian midfielder Sandro to prove himself in a QPR shirt. The stars appeared to have finally aligned for a talented player who has endured miserable luck with injuries in recent season.
The former Tottenham man made just nine appearances for QPR before another horrible knee ligament injury interrupted his season in mid-November. The powerful midfielder was getting back to fitness last week when afforded the chance to turn out for the under-21 side while...
Chris Ramsey believes five more victories will keep QPR in the Premier League.
The Rangers boss believes 37 points could be enough to keep the Loftus Road club in the top flight, but admitted QPR do not have "the luxury" of setting a specific survival target.
Rangers host Arsenal on Wednesday night, with Ramsey maintaining there is more pressure at the bottom of the table than the top.
Ramsey has backed QPR to pull off their great escape, despite only sitting outside the relegation zone on goal difference...
QPR have reported a loss of 9.8 million pounds for the year ending May 2014.
The club said they had cut expenditure by 22 million pounds and that they would continue to drive down player costs in future years.
A statement from QPR read: "Expenditure was reduced by 22 million pounds, mainly driven by lower player costs and this trend will continue in future years as the club will continue to bring losses down.
"In addition, the club's shareholders reiterated their long-term support for the club by...
Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey said racism in football has been "parked, not eliminated," and called for the sport's leadership and front office executives to help spark change, according to a report.
"There was a time when a lot of black players said to me, 'look you have been coaching a long time, you are fairly well qualified but you are not getting on. Why should we continue when we can only get menial jobs?' A lot of them couldn't see a way to working at a higher level than the grass-roots,"...