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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Rio Ferdinand retires after release from relegated QPR

Ferdinand was one of the best defenders of his generation.

Rio Ferdinand has retired from football after being released from QPR following their relegation from the Premier League.

Ferdinand, 36, suffered heartbreak after wife Rebecca died from cancer at age of 34 this season.

The defender said on BT Sport: "This season...

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QPR raid Swindon for Massimo Luongo and Ben Gladwin

Australian international Massimo Luongo will join QPR next season.

Swindon midfielder Massimo Luongo has become Chris Ramsey's first permanent signing at QPR as they prepare for life in the Championship next term.

The 22-year-old has agreed terms on a three-year deal at Loftus Road and has left the Robins for an undisclosed fee.

Later on Thursday afternoon, Rangers announced that Luongo's Swindon colleague Ben Gladwin had also moved to Loftus Road on a three-year contract.

Luongo scored six times and contributed eight assists during Swindon's run to the League...

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Charlie Austin has taken the long way on his path to Premier League success

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson assess QPR's Charlie Austin, who comes in at No. 35 in ESPN FC's #PremRank.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson assess QPR's Charlie Austin who comes in at No. 35 in ESPN FC's #PremRank.

Queens Park Rangers' season is ending with almost all hands lost. A squad of ageing veterans and mediocre imports will be broken up in the summer, as the club's owners attempt to salvage order from chaos while also mounting a legal battle to evade a £58 million fine for breaching Football League financial rules during the club's last stay in the Championship.

Charlie Austin, though, looks certain to be back in England's first division next season. A club that desperately needs the money will...