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QPR report a loss of £9.8m, despite cutting expenditure by £22m

Tony Fernandes can't watch as QPR crash to another defeat
QPR owner Tony Fernandes has seen costs cut, but has still posted a loss.

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...

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QPR boss Chris Ramsey says leaders must help stop racism

QPR manager Chris Ramsey criticised the Chelsea fans in Paris who were racist towards a black metro passenger and looked ahead to his side's crucial match against Hull City.
QPR captain Joey Barton added another red card and moment of madness to his tainted CV as birthday boy Dame N'Doye delivered a dramatic 2-1 win for Hull.
QPR Interim manager Chris Ramsey praised his side's attitude after their 2-0 victory away at Sunderland in the Premier League.

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,"...

Joey Barton's actions hurt QPR almost as much as his words after the fact

QPR captain Joey Barton added another red card and moment of madness to his tainted CV as birthday boy Dame N'Doye delivered a dramatic 2-1 win for Hull.
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QPR have a tough few fixtures coming up, with Tottenham and Arsenal at home and then a visit to the south London cauldron that is Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park. They are level on points with Aston Villa and Burnley and three points behind Sunderland, who sit above them in the table in 16th.

New manager Chris Ramsey has had an immediate and positive impact, managing to do so with a crippling list of injuries to key players like Richard Dunne, Leroy Fer and Mauricio Isla. But the next three fixtures...

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QPR's Charlie Austin blasts captain Joey Barton for needless red card

QPR captain Joey Barton added another red card and moment of madness to his tainted CV as birthday boy Dame N'Doye delivered a dramatic 2-1 win for Hull.

Charlie Austin has vented his frustration at Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton's costly sending off against Hull.

Barton was dismissed just 32 minutes into a crunch clash at the foot of the table having aimed a low blow at Tom Huddlestone.

Players from both sides had clashed after Rangers debutant Darnell Furlong was penalised for a full-blooded challenge of Nikica Jelavic, but Barton's decision to take a cheap shot at his opposite number was crass and unnecessary.

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Barton insists he was only...

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Queens Park Rangers wait on Charlie Austin to decide his playing future

Charlie Austin is the Premier League Player of the Month after scoring an impressive five goals in five matches.
Charlie Austin's 39th minute header levelled the scores between QPR and Hull on Saturday.

Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has confirmed that the club are waiting on star-striker Charlie Austin to decide his playing future.

The 25-year-old netted his 14th goal of the season in QPR's 2-1 loss to fellow strugglers Hull City on Saturday, leaving QPR sitting in 17th position on the Premier League table -- with only goal difference keeping the London side out of the relegation zone.

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Fernandes has confirmed that staying clear of the drop will play a big part in whether Austin stays...