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The new manager of Queens Park Rangers Mark Hughes

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Briatore fumes as Russians sail off with €86,000 bar bill unpaid

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QPR hammered on return to the top flight

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Fernandes in talks to buy club

Talks are continuing between Tony Fernandes, the Malaysian airline tycoon, and Queen's Park Rangers owner Bernie Ecclestone towards a sale of the newly-promoted Premier League club.

Neil Warnock not expecting funds from Adel Taarabt sale

QPR manager Neil Warnock admits he is unlikely to be given any cash from the potential sale of Adel Taarabt to sign new recruits.

Untamed indulgence: Julie Burchill is seduced by Sardinia

Beautiful? Enigmatic? A test of your (almost) vegetarian principles? Sardinia is all these things, say <b>Julie Burchill</b>

QPR deny Neil Warnock rumours

Queens Park Rangers have moved to quash speculation over Neil Warnock's future.

Amit Bhatia's QPR offer 'insultingly low' say Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore

Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore have hit out at Amit Bhatia's "insultingly low" offer to buy QPR outright.

Briatore: We trust Warnock

Queen's Park Rangers co-owner Flavio Briatore insists the club has complete trust in manager Neil Warnock to take the club forward and compete in the transfer market this summer.

Flavio Briatore offers backing to Neil Warnock

QPR co-owner Flavio Briatore insists the club has complete trust in manager Neil Warnock to take the club forward and compete in the transfer market this summer.

QPR fans furious over ticket price increase

QPR fans have reacted angrily after learning they will be charged up to £72 to watch their team in the Barclays Premier League next season.

Round-up: Warnock rejects rumours of 'big-name' QPR replacement

Neil Warnock has moved to end talk linking him with a move away from newly-promoted Queen's Park Rangers, following speculation that the club's directors were poised to appoint a big-name replacement.

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